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Instructs the current event to bypass the normal operation it performs on the node. Once set, the mode cannot be undone for the current event. The f
Prevents the current event from propagating through the capture or bubbling hierarchy beyond the node currently processing the event. This method pe
Initializes a newly created event object with a complete set of property values associated with any UI event. All parameters must be present, and mu
Initializes a newly created event object with a complete set of property values associated with any mutation event. All parameters must be present,
Initializes a newly created event object with a complete set of property values associated with any mouse event.
Initializes a newly created event object with a complete set of property values associated with any keyboard event. This method's name and parameter
Indicates the minimum initialization required on an event object that is generated by document.createEvent( ).
Returns Boolean true if the preventDefault( ) method has been invoked for the current event object. Essentially lets a script inquire about the
Return the horizontal and vertical pixel coordinates of the mouse pointer at the time the event occurred. For all but relative-positioned elements,
Returns a value relevant to the type of event. For mouse events, the property value is an integer indicating which mouse button was used ( 1 is the
Returns an integer indicating which direction the user rolled the mouse wheel (for a mouse equipped with a wheel) during an onmousewheel event. A
Returns a reference to the W3C DOM view (i.e., the window or frame object in Netscape's implementation) in which the event occurred.
Indicates the type of the current event (without the "on" prefix). Values are all lowercase.
Returns a reference to the element object to which the cursor has moved that triggered the onmouseout event.
Provides an integer signifying a milliseconds value you can use as a relative indicator of when an event occurred. Although the W3C DOM suggests the
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