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The DOM Input URL autofocus Property is used to set or return whether the Input URL field should get focus or not when the page loads. This Property is used to reflect the HTML autofocus attribute. Syntax:
  • It is used to return the autofocus property.
    urlObject.autofocus
  • It is used to set the autofocus property.
    urlObject.autofocus = true|false
Property Values:
  • true: It defines that a URL field gets focus.
  • false: It has a default value. It defines that the URL field does not get focus.
. Return Value: It returns a boolean value which represents that the URL field gets autofocus or not. Example-1: This Example illustrates how to return the property.
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
  
<head>
    <title>
        DOM Input URL autofocus Property
    </title>
</head>
  
<body>
    <center>
        <h1 style="color:green;"
                GeeksForGeeks 
            </h1>
  
        <h2>
          DOM Input URL autofocus Property
      </h2>
  
        <label for="uname"
               style="color:green">
      </label>
  
            <form id="geeks">
                <input type="url"
                       id="gfg"
                       placeholder="Enter URL" 
                       size="20" 
                       value="GeeksForGeeks"
                       pattern="https?://.+"
                       title="Include http://" 
                       maxlength="20" 
                       autofocus>
            </form>
            <br>
            <br>
  
            <button type="button" 
                    onclick="geeks()">
                Click
            </button>
  
            <p id="GFG"
               style="color:green;
                      font-size:25px;">
          </p>
  
            <script>
                function geeks() {
                    
                    var link = 
                        document.getElementById(
                          "gfg").autofocus;
                    
                    document.getElementById(
                      "GFG").innerHTML = link;
                }
            </script>
    </center>
</body>
  
</html>

                    
Output Before Clicking On Button: After Clicking On Button: Example-2: This Example that illustrates how to set the Property.
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
  
<head>
    <title>
        DOM Input URL autofocus Property
    </title>
</head>
  
<body>
    <center>
        <h1 style="color:green;"
                GeeksForGeeks 
            </h1>
  
        <h2>
          DOM Input URL autofocus Property
      </h2>
  
        <label for="uname" 
               style="color:green">
      </label>
  
            <form id="geeks">
                <input type="url" 
                       id="gfg"
                       placeholder="Enter URL" 
                       size="20"
                       value="GeeksForGeeks" 
                       pattern="https?://.+" 
                       title="Include http://" 
                       maxlength="20" 
                       autofocus>
            </form>
            <br>
            <br>
  
            <button type="button" 
                    onclick="geeks()">
                Click
            </button>
  
            <p id="GFG" 
               style="color:green;
                      font-size:25px;">
      </p>
  
            <script>
                function geeks() {
                    
                    var link = 
                        document.getElementById(
                          "gfg").autofocus = "false";
                    
                    document.getElementById(
                      "GFG").innerHTML = link;
                }
            </script>
    </center>
</body>
  
</html>

                    
Output: Before Clicking On Button: After Clicking On Button: Supported Browsers: The browsers supported by DOM input URL autofocus property are listed below:
  • Google Chrome
  • Internet Explorer 10.0 +
  • Firefox
  • Opera
  • Safari


Last Updated : 28 Nov, 2019
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