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?...
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...
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...
I tried searching for this but the only results that come up are on double click, and never how to automatically double click on something. (trigger a double-click.)  I can click once, and have tried doing so twice to "Create" a double-click...
It's OS/user dependant. Not the browser, not the website, but the OS decides how fast and slow a double click must be.  I'd like to use that number in my app. Is there a way to get that number with JS?  Simple question. Might not be possible....
I want to get the time difference in between two clicks on a single button. I have my markup like this  <a href="#">click here</a>   I am using this code to get the time difference between two clicks.  var clickedTime = ''...

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