Javascript event handler 2

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Javascript event handler 2

  1. 1. JavaScript Document Object : ondblclick (Event handler)DescriptionThe ondblclick event handler of a document object executes some JavaScript code or function when the pointing device (for example mouse) button is double clicked over the document object.
  2. 2. EXAMPLE BROWSER’S OUTPUT<HTML><body bottommargin=150 ondblclick="alert(d ouble clicked!)"> <p>Double-click anywhere in the page.</p></body></HTML>
  3. 3. Keyboard Events:The onkeydown event occurs when the user is pressing a key (on the keyboard).Tip: The order of events related to the onkeydown event: a. onkeydown--A key is pressed down. b. onkeypress --A character key is pressed c. onkeyup-- A key is released.There is a fundamental difference between keypress and keydown.Keydown ------triggers on any key press and gives scan-code.Keypress ------triggers after key down and gives char-code, but it isguaranteed for character keys only.
  4. 4. <html><head> EXAMPLE BROWSER’S OUTPUT<script>function myFunction(){alert("You pressed a key inside the input field");}</script></head><body><p>A function is triggered when the user is pressing a key in the input field.</p><input type="text" onkeydown="myFunction()"></body></html>
  5. 5. MOUSE EVENTSThe onmousedown event occurs when a user presses a mouse button over an element.Tip: The order of events related to the onmousedown event (for the left/middle mouse button):onmousedownonmouseuponclickThe order of events related to the onmousedown event (for the right mouse button):onmousedownonmouseuponcontextmenu
  6. 6. EXAMPLE BROWSER’S OUTPUT<html><head><script>function myFunction(elmnt,clr){elmnt.style.color=clr;}</script> On this example, when</head><body> the text was click it was<p onmousedown="myFunction(this,red)" change to green, butonmouseup="myFunction(this,green)"> when mouse button wasClick the text to change the color. A pressed down it was change to red, when thefunction, with parameters, is triggered when mouse button wasthe mouse button is pressed down, and released or press up itagain, with other parameters, when the returns to green.mouse button is released.</p></body></html>
  7. 7. Form onreset and onsubmit Event• The onreset event occurs when the reset button in a form is clicked.• The onsubmit event occurs when the submit button in a form is clicked.
  8. 8. EXAMPLE BROWSER’S OUTPUT<html><body><p>Enter some text in the fields below, then press the Reset button to reset the form.</p><form onreset="alert(The form will be reset)">Firstname: <input type="text" name="fname" value="Donald"><br>Lastname: <input type="text" name="lname" value="Duck"><br><br><input type="reset" value="Reset"></form></body></html
  9. 9. EXAMPLE<html><head><script> <body>function greeting() What is your name?<br> <form name="frm1"{ action="tryjsref_form_onsubmit.htalert("Welcome " + m" onsubmit="greeting()"> document.forms["frm1" <input type="text" ]["fname"].value + "!") name="fname">} <input type="submit"</script> value="Submit"> </form></head> </body> BROWSER’S OUTPUT </html>
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