The Location Hash property in HTML is used to return the anchor part of a URL. It can also be used to set the anchor part of the URL. It returns the string which represents the anchor part of a URL including the hash ‘#’ sign.
- It returns the hash property.
- It is used to set the hash property.
location.hash = anchorname
Below program illustrates the Location hash property in HTML:
After click on the button:
Supported Browsers: The browsers supported by Location hash property are listed below:
- Google Chrome
- Internet Explorer
- HTML DOM Window.location Property
- HTML | DOM Location host Property
- HTML | DOM Location port Property
- HTML | DOM Location Search Property
- HTML | DOM KeyboardEvent location Property
- HTML DOM document location Property
- HTML | DOM Location hostname Property
- HTML | DOM Location href Property
- HTML | DOM Location protocol Property
- HTML | DOM Location origin Property
- HTML | DOM Location pathname Property
- HTML | DOM Area hash Property
- HTML | DOM Anchor hash Property
- HTML | Location assign( ) Method
- HTML | DOM Location replace() Method
- HTML | DOM Location reload() Method
- HTML | DOM specified Property
- HTML | DOM name Property
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