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    The property is a DOMString containing the host, that is the hostname, and then, if the port of the URL is nonempty, a ':', and the port of the URL.


    string =; = string;


    var anchor = document.createElement("a");
    anchor.href = "" == ""
    anchor.href = "" == ""
    // The port number is not included because 443 is the scheme's default port
    anchor.href = "" == ""


    Specification Status Comment
    The definition of '' in that specification.
    Living Standard Initial definition.

    Browser compatibility

    Feature Chrome Firefox (Gecko) Internet Explorer Opera Safari
    Basic support Not supported [1] 22 (22) [1] Not supported [1][2] Not supported [1] Not supported [1]
    Feature Android Chrome for Android Firefox Mobile (Gecko) IE Mobile Opera Mobile Safari Mobile
    Basic support Not supported [1] Not supported [1] 22.0 (22) [1] Not supported [1] Not supported [1] Not supported [1]

    [1] Though not grouped in a single abstract interface, this method is directly available on the interfaces that implement it, if this interface is supported.

    [2] In Internet Explorer 9, the host of an <a> always includes the port (e.g., even if there is no explicit port in the href attribute value.

    See also

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