HTML <area> target Attribute

❮ HTML <area> tag

Example

<img src="desk.jpg" usemap="#image-map">

<map name="image-map">
  <area target="_blank" alt="Computer" title="Computer" href="computer.png" coords="112,31,285,246" shape="rect">
  <area target="_blank" alt="Cup" title="Cup" href="cup.png" coords="327,212,31" shape="circle">
  <area target="_blank" alt="Mobile" title="Mobile" href="mobile.png" coords="296,121,326,176" shape="rect">
  <area target="_blank" alt="Book" title="Book" href="book.png" coords="53,132,115,157,72,237,2,211" shape="poly">
</map>

Meaning

The target attribute specifies the target window for a hypertext source link that references frames.


Standard Syntax

<area target="_self|_blank|_parent|_top|frameName">



Browser Support




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Attribute Values

Value Description
_self Opens the link in the same window as it was clicked by user (default)
_blank Opens the link in a new window or tab, but users can configure browsers to open a new window instead.
_parent Opens the link in the parent frame. If no parent, behaves as _self.
_top Opens the link in the full body of the window. If no ancestors, behaves as _self.
frameName Opens the link in the specified iframe
❮ HTML <area> tag