Now basically there is a tabLinks array (var tabLinks = new Array();). There is a variable called id, which is assigned the value of the href attribute of a link ( we are looping through an array of links and tabLink represents the current link). In the code, there is a line:
So id refers to the href attribute value of the link (without a hash) and tabLink is the link itself. tabLinks is the array. My question is are both the attribute and the link itself getting indexed at position 0 of the array, for example? Or is just the link getting indexed? If so, then why have this: [id]? I can't imagine that they are both getting indexed at position 0: [about a]. But if it's just the id getting indexed [about], then why are we assigning the link to this specific index? As you can tell, I'm really confused about how this indexing is working.
"tabLinks[id] = tabLink;
Thanks for any response.