Event reference

  • Revision slug: Mozilla_event_reference
  • Revision title: Mozilla event reference
  • Revision id: 59615
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There are a lot of events that can be fired in Mozilla code. Some of these are standard events, such as those created by the DOM. Others are internal to Gecko or other parts of Mozilla application code. This reference will help you track those events down and learn how to use them.

Note: This page simply includes the separate Gecko event reference and DOM event reference lists; instead of adding new events directly to this page, put them on those pages instead.

{{ page("en/DOM/DOM_event_reference", nil, 0, true, 1) }}

{{ page("en/Gecko/Gecko_event_reference", nil, 0, true, 1) }}

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<p>{{ draft() }}</p>
<p>There are a lot of events that can be fired in Mozilla code. Some of these are standard events, such as those created by the DOM. Others are internal to Gecko or other parts of Mozilla application code. This reference will help you track those events down and learn how to use them.</p>
<div class="note"><strong>Note:</strong> This page simply includes the separate <a href="/en/Gecko/Gecko_event_reference" title="en/Gecko/Gecko event reference">Gecko event reference</a> and <a href="/en/DOM/DOM_event_reference" title="en/DOM/DOM event reference">DOM event reference</a> lists; instead of adding new events directly to this page, put them on those pages instead.</div>
<p>{{ page("en/DOM/DOM_event_reference", nil, 0, true, 1) }}</p>
<p>{{ page("en/Gecko/Gecko_event_reference", nil, 0, true, 1) }}</p>
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