I have an element on my page that I need to attach onclick and ondblclick event handlers to.  When a single click happens, it should do something different than a double-click.  When I first started trying to make this work, my head started spinnin...
I've toggled click event to a node and I want to toggle a dbclick event to it as well. However it only triggers the click event when I dbclick on it.  So How do I set both events at the same time?...
Is there a way to disable (with CSS, JS or jQuery) double-click for a given element?  The problem with Opera is that it displays a menu when I click on an element too fast. Note that I know how to disable this for me. I'd like to be able to disab...
I have created a banner for Adwords, using HTML5 with a form element, which accepts few inputs, like your preffered color, type, etc. The whole banner is not clickable, only the submit button, which I achieved by adding "onclick="ExitApi.exit...
I have two span elements in a page. when I call a jquery double click function on both then the function is called only on first element. I am using the following code:  <span id="shiftTime_1">1</span> <span id="shiftTime_2...
We're using Fancybox to throw up essentially an interstitial ad. The page loads, then Fancybox loads over it, and displays our ad content. For most ad content we've put up, this has worked (hand-coded links/images, DoubleClick content, etc)....
I have a table that looks like this:  <table id="table">     <thead>       <tr class='tablehead'>         <th>Test</th>       </tr>     </thead>     <tbody>       <tr class='table...
I want to be able to detect a double click on a <a> tag and then if it matches a particular regex pattern, run a function. In this case I will be checking if the link being clicked on is a valid link to a Youtube video.  I'm wondering what...
For JS Unit test, I need to check that a double-click behaves as expected. The issue is that the event was registered via element.addEventListener. And for some reason, in this case, element.ondblclick() does not work. HTML:   <input type="ima...

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