When I want to prevent other event handlers from executing after a certain event is fired, I can use one of two techniques. I'll use jQuery in the examples, but this applies to plain-JS as well:  1. event.preventDefault()  $('a').click(...
This question is asked often, but never really answered well. Let's see if we can remedy it!   Event Propagation  Google allows you to bind to events in a Google Map View via their API using event handlers.  Sometimes you may bind your event h...
I have a keypress handler on a web page assigned to the body element.  I really do want it to be active anywhere in the web page.  Or so I thought.  The keypress events in textual input forms also activate the body handler, which makes sense, but whi...
I want to write treeview using angularjs. I am using ng-include for recursive call..everything is fine except from ng-click..when each node is clicked..the hierarchy call is from child to it's parents and for every node in this hierarchy the ng-c...
I would like to limit number of chars in my editable div to 10. After user reach the limit I would like to use .preventDefault() method to protect the div from additional chars. Can You help me out, please?  JSFiddle https://jsfiddle.net/7x2dfgx6/1/...
The addEventListener DOM method supports a third optional, boolean parameter (useCapture) to indicate whether the function should use event bubbling or event capturing as propagation method. In this article the difference is nicely shown (click on th...
I want to display a note after the user submits a form but before he leaves the page.  Currently I'm using this (reduced example code):  $('form').submit(function(event) {     $('.note').show();      setTimeout(function() {...
I am working on Angular 2 for only couple of weeks, so try to be considerate, please, and maybe give me some useful advice? Thank you. I have a main component(pageComponent), that inside its template has other two smaller components(tableComponent an...
but very simply, I'd like to prevent the touchmove event on the body element but leave it enabled for another element. I can disable fine... but I'm not sure how to re-enable it somewhere else!  I imagine that the below theoretically works be...

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