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Jquery-Events Tutorials - ITFunda.Com

To know which element has initiated a particular event, event.Target can be used.

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To get the mouse position relative to the left and top edge of the page, event.pageX and event.pageY can be used.

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To attach an error event to an html element, error() method can be used.

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To detach an event that was attached using live() method, die() method can be used.

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To attach an event to a particular type of element for the whole life of the page, live() method can be used. The event attached using live() works for all similar type of elements even created after this method is called.

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To attach multiple events to an element, write the events separated by space.

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To attach and detach an event to and from an element, bind() and unbind() method can be used respectively.

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To attach double click event to an element, dblclick() method can be used that fires when the element is double clicked.

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To attach a click event to an element, ckick() method can be used that fires when the element is clicked.

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To attach change event to an element, change() method can be used that fires when the element value is changed.

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