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What are the different HTML events?

What are the different HTML events?

Asked On2019-09-06 13:43:10 by:bigboxer850

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Events triggered for the window object (applies to the <body> tag):

onafterprintscriptScript to be run after the document is printed
onbeforeprintscriptScript to be run before the document is printed
onbeforeunloadscriptScript to be run when the document is about to be unloaded
onerrorscriptScript to be run when an error occurs
onhashchangescriptScript to be run when there has been changes to the anchor part of the a URL
onloadscriptFires after the page is finished loading
onmessagescriptScript to be run when the message is triggered
onofflinescriptScript to be run when the browser starts to work offline
ononlinescriptScript to be run when the browser starts to work online
onpagehidescriptScript to be run when a user navigates away from a page
onpageshowscriptScript to be run when a user navigates to a page
onpopstatescriptScript to be run when the window's history changes
onresizescriptFires when the browser window is resized
onstoragescriptScript to be run when a Web Storage area is updated
onunloadscriptFires once a page has unloaded (or the browser window has been closed)

Answerd on:2019-09-13 Answerd By:Ananth


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