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0 126 posted 10 years ago by nathwill
This jQuery plugin can be used to detect when the user smashes their keyboard. You can set a threshold as to how many keys need to be depressed in order to trigger the event.
1 114 posted 10 years ago by adamcoulombe
I've been trying to figure out a way to make ComboBox items selectable by the keyboard, much like how any ComboBox, ListBox, Selection box is in any other language like HTML, Windows Forms, etc. Most of the solutions I've seen online weren't parti...
0 141 posted 10 years ago by alishahnovin
Suppose you have a login form and you want to send the form when user press enter on his keyboard and not only by clicking on the submit button. This can be achieved capturing a specific event when the user is typing. We have to capture the keypress...
1 168 posted 10 years ago by ginoplusio
A browser friendly way to trigger an event on an element. This is just a simple snippet which doesn\'t really explain the detailed contents of an event object, but it gives an idea of the differences between specific browsers. This function will fire...
0 158 posted 10 years ago by bryanlyman
Let you fire click events on any html element.
1 165 posted 10 years ago by ginoplusio
0 92 posted 10 years ago by Jamie
0 125 posted 10 years ago by codegoat
see http://www.undolog.com/2009/08/21/impedire-la-propagazione-degli-eventi-con-jquery/ for detail
0 102 posted 11 years ago by gfazioli
0 121 posted 11 years ago by gerhardsletten
Use this code to handle keypress/keyboard events
1 130 posted 11 years ago by mprabhuram
0 74 posted 11 years ago by quickredfox
For a discussion of .NET events best-practices, see [Roy Osherove's blog post](http://weblogs.asp.net/rosherove/articles/DefensiveEventPublishing.aspx) and [this post](http://blogs.msdn.com/ericlippert/archive/2009/04/29/events-and-races.aspx). Be su...
0 144 posted 11 years ago by pckujawa
since the script observes mouseout, it should fire mouseleave events before mouseenter to preserve correct order.
1 101 posted 11 years ago by pdswan
send in an event it returns the key that you pressed if it was alphanumeric or backspace otherwise it returns "-1" use with getKeyCode and isAlphaNumeric
0 82 posted 11 years ago by jlvallelonga
Adding a namespace to an event can make it easier to unbind. It is very easy to unbind all events with the same namespace.
1 105 posted 11 years ago by 1man
See [Raise and Handle Events Generically](http://snipplr.com/view/15033/raise-and-handle-events-generically/) for a better way to use events (generically) and links to best practices in .NET events. This example should be used as a Console program...
0 124 posted 11 years ago by pckujawa
It is utterly annoying when DOM event handler exceptions fail silently with Firebug. This package fixes this common problem.
0 113 posted 11 years ago by miohtama
0 100 posted 11 years ago by sandel
These functions allow you to easily set a handler for a virtual mouseleave/enter event. This requires my [MouseBoundaryCrossing](http://snipplr.com/view/8206/crossbrowser-mouseenterleave-solution/) class.
1 82 posted 11 years ago by wizard04
0 79 posted 12 years ago by Anthony
In mouseout and mouseover event handlers, use this object to check if the mouse was leaving or entering a "landmark" element. See my [MouseEnter/Leave Handlers](http://snipplr.com/view/8913/mouseenterleave-handlers/) snipplet for a practical use....
3 123 posted 12 years ago by wizard04