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How to Accessing Elements?

Posted By :Ghanashyam Nayak     Posted Date :September 20, 2010    Points :10   Category :JavaScript/VBScript 
The elements of JavaScript are accessed by their names. By default the browser is accessed by the element 'windows' and the page by 'document'. The corresponding element has user defined names for forms and its elements. For example

var passwd = windows.document.frmLogin.password.value;

assigns the value of the password field of the form fromLogin in the current document, where password is the name of the element and frmLogin is the name of the form. Like wise any form element is accessed.

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