Difference between revisions of "Event Watcher"

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   <body>
 
   <body>
 
   <div id="d1">
 
   <div id="d1">
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    <select title="Entry" type="text" onfocus="test(event);" onblur="test(event);" onclick="test(event);" ondbclick="test(event);" onmouseup="test(event);"  onkeypress="test(event);" onchange="test(event);">
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      <option> Apple </option>
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      <option> Cherry</option>
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      <option> Pumpkin</option>
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    </select>
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     <input title="Entry" type="text" onfocus="test(event);" onblur="test(event);" onclick="test(event);" ondbclick="test(event);" onmouseup="test(event);"  onkeypress="test(event);" onchange="test(event);"/>
 
     <input title="Entry" type="text" onfocus="test(event);" onblur="test(event);" onclick="test(event);" ondbclick="test(event);" onmouseup="test(event);"  onkeypress="test(event);" onchange="test(event);"/>
 
     <button onfocus="test(event);" onblur="test(event);" onclick="test(event);" ondbclick="test(event);" onmouseup="test(event);"  onkeypress="test(event);"> Test </button>
 
     <button onfocus="test(event);" onblur="test(event);" onclick="test(event);" ondbclick="test(event);" onmouseup="test(event);"  onkeypress="test(event);"> Test </button>

Revision as of 18:41, 22 February 2016

Move through the fields below and watch the events that are sent by the browser. For example, use with AT to find out what events are being fired.

  • onfocus
  • onblur
  • onclick
  • ondbclik
  • onmouseup
  • onkeypress
  • onkeydown

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