Location

Availability

BlackBerry Device Software version 4.6 or later

Extends

Window

The Location object is a property of the Window object. This object accesses the URL of the web page being displayed in the BlackBerry Browser.

A URL is composed of some or all of the following components:

protocol://hostname:port/path?query#fragment.

Properties

Property name

Type

Description

Status

Support level

Availability

hash

DOMString

Specifies the anchor portion of the URL, including the leading hash mark, if one exists.

writable

Not part of any standard.

4.6 or later

host

DOMString

Specifies the URL hostname and port.

writable

Not part of any standard.

4.6 or later

hostname

DOMString

Specifies the hostname portion of the URL.

writable

Not part of any standard.

4.6 or later

href

DOMString

Specifies the entire URL.

writable

Not part of any standard.

4.6 or later

pathname

DOMString

Specifies the pathname portion of the URL.

writable

Not part of any standard.

4.6 or later

port

DOMString

Specifies the port portion of the URL.

read only

Not part of any standard.

4.6 or later

protocol

DOMString

Specifies the protocol portion of the URL.

writable

Not part of any standard.

4.6 or later

DOMString

Specifies the URL query string portion of the URL, including the question mark.

writable

Not part of any standard.

4.6 or later

Methods

Method name

Description

Support level

Availability

assign()

Loads a new document.

Not part of any standard.

4.6 or later

replace()

Replaces the current web page with the web page at the given URL.

Not part of any standard.

4.6 or later

reload()

Reloads the current web page.

Not part of any standard.

4.6 or later

toString()

Returns the URL of the Location object’s URL.

Not part of any standard.

4.6 or later

Last modified: 2014-03-10



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