event (JavaScript 1.0)

Provides information about an event.

Properties & Events

KeyDescriptionAvailability
altkeyIf true, the ALT key is currently being pressed.
chrome 1.2safari 1.2Firefox 1.8ie 6.0opera ??
bubblesSpecify true if the event type bubbles. Otherwise, false.
chrome 1.0safari 1.0Firefox 1.0ie ??opera 7.0
cancelableTrue if the action of the event can be cancelled with the preventDefault()method. Otherwise, false.
chrome 1.0safari 1.0Firefox 1.0ie ??opera 7.0
clientxSpecifies the x-coordinate (in pixels) of the mouse relative to the client window.
chrome 1.2safari 1.2Firefox 1.8ie 4.0opera 8.0
clientySpecifies the y-coordinate (in pixels) of the mouse relative to the client window.
chrome 1.2safari 1.2Firefox 1.8ie 4.0opera 8.0
ctrlkeyIf true, the CTRL key is currently being pressed.
chrome 1.2safari 1.2Firefox 1.8ie 5.0opera 8.0
currenttargetNode of the Document that is handling the event.
chrome 1.0safari 1.0Firefox 1.0ie ??opera 7.0
eventphasePhase that the event is currently in. See Remarks for a list of valid values.
chrome 1.0safari 1.0Firefox 1.0ie ??opera 7.0
fromelementSpecifies the element that was the previous location of the pointer or cursor.
chrome 1.2safari 1.2Firefox ??ie 5.0opera 8.0
keycodeSpecifies the Unicode key code for the event..
chrome 1.2safari 1.2Firefox 1.8ie 6.0opera 8.0
offsetxSpecifies the x-coordinate (in pixels) of the mouse relative to the object that is firing the event.
chrome 1.2safari 1.2Firefox ??ie 5.0opera 8.0
offsetySpecifies the y-coordinate (in pixels) of the mouse relative to the object that is firing the event.
chrome 1.2safari 1.2Firefox ??ie 5.0opera 8.0
screenxSpecifies the x-coordinate (in pixels) of the mouse relative to the screen.
chrome 1.2safari 1.2Firefox 1.8ie 5.0opera 8.0
screenySpecifies the y-coordinate (in pixels) of the mouse relative to the screen.
chrome 1.2safari 1.2Firefox 1.8ie 5.0opera 8.0
shiftkeyIf true, the SHIFT key is currently being pressed.
chrome 1.2safari 1.2Firefox 1.8ie 5.0opera 8.0
srcelementElement that fired or received the event.
chrome 1.2safari 1.2Firefox ??ie 5.0opera 8.0
targetTarget node for the event.
chrome 1.0safari 1.0Firefox 1.0ie ??opera 7.0
toelementSpecifies the element that the mouse pointer is moving toward.
chrome 1.2safari 1.2Firefox ??ie 5.0opera 8.0
typeType of event.
chrome 1.0safari 1.0Firefox 1.0ie 4.0opera 7.0

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