The data that underlies a drag-and-drop operation, known as the drag data store. Protected mode.
The node that had the event listener attached.
For mouseover, mouseout, mouseenter and mouseleave events: the target of the complementary event (the mouseleave target in the case of a mouseenter event). null otherwise.
The X coordinate of the mouse pointer in global (screen) coordinates.
The Y coordinate of the mouse pointer in global (screen) coordinates.
The X coordinate of the mouse pointer in local (DOM content) coordinates.
The Y coordinate of the mouse pointer in local (DOM content) coordinates.
The button number that was pressed when the mouse event was fired: Left button=0, middle button=1 (if present), right button=2. For mice configured for left handed use in which the button actions are reversed the values are instead read from right to left.
The buttons being pressed when the mouse event was fired: Left button=1, Right button=2, Middle (wheel) button=4, 4th button (typically, "Browser Back" button)=8, 5th button (typically, "Browser Forward" button)=16. If two or more buttons are pressed, returns the logical sum of the values. E.g., if Left button and Right button are pressed, returns 3 (=1 | 2). More info.
The amount of pressure applied to a touch or tabdevice when generating the event; this value ranges between 0.0 (minimum pressure) and 1.0 (maximum pressure).
true if the control key was down when the event was fired. false otherwise.
true if the shift key was down when the event was fired. false otherwise.
true if the alt key was down when the event was fired. false otherwise.
true if the meta key was down when the event was fired. false otherwise.
<div id="draggable" draggable="true" ondragstart="event.dataTransfer.setData('text/plain',null)">
This div is draggable
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