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(...
What are the differences between JavaScript's window.onload and jQuery's $(document).ready() method?...
Is it possible to simulate key press events programmatically in JavaScript?...
I know about the document.form.button.click() method. However, I'd like to know how to simulate the onclick event.  I found this code somewhere here on Stack Overflow, but I don't know how to use it :(  function contextMenuClick() {     va...
On the front page of a site I am building, several <div>s use the CSS :hover pseudo-class to add a border when the mouse is over them. One of the <div>s contains a <form> which, using jQuery, will keep the border if an input withi...
I need to debug a web application that uses jQuery to do some fairly complex and messy DOM manipulation. At one point, some of the events that were bound to particular elements, are not fired and simply stop working.  If I had a capability to edit...
In my chat application I need to get confirmation from user , when my application closes.  So I used the window.onbeforeunload for confirmation alert and window.onunload for logout().   But both functions are working in IE and Chrome.( Application...
I have always used the mouseover event, but while reading the jQuery documentation I found mouseenter. They seem to function exactly the same.  Is there a difference between the two, and if so when should I use them? (Also applies for mouseout vs m...
I'd like to do some fancy jQuery stuff when the user scrolls the page. But I have no idea how to tackle this problem, since there is only the scroll() method.  Any ideas?...

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