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Click a JavaScript jQuery 1.10 API Events Method signature or property in the table below to see in-depth information on it.

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Document Loading Eventsgo to top of page Top
.load()**DEPRECATED**  Bind event handler to load JavaScript event, optionally passing object data
The .ready() method has one signature:
.ready( handler )Bind event handler to ready JavaScript event, optionally passing object data
.unload()**DEPRECATED**  Bind event handler to unload JavaScript event, optionally passing object data
Browser Eventsgo to top of page Top
The .error()**DEPRECATED**  Bind event handler to error JavaScript event, optionally passing object data
The .resize() method has two signatures:
.resize()Trigger the resize JavaScript event on the window object or the specified element.
.resize([eventData],handler(eventObject))Bind event handler to resize JavaScript event, optionally passing object data.
The .scroll() method has two signatures:
.scroll()Trigger the scroll JavaScript event on the window object or the specified element.
.scroll([eventData],handler(eventObject))Bind event handler to scroll JavaScript event, optionally passing object data.
Keyboard Eventsgo to top of page Top
The .keydown() method has two signatures:
.keydown()Trigger the keydown JavaScript event on the specified element.
.keydown([eventData],handler(eventObject))Bind event handler to keydown JavaScript event, optionally passing object data.
The .keypress() method has two signatures:
.keypress()Trigger the keypress JavaScript event on the specified element.
.keypress([eventData],handler(eventObject))Bind event handler to keypress JavaScript event, optionally passing object data.
The .keyup() method has two signatures:
.keyup()Trigger the keyup JavaScript event on the specified element.
.keyup([eventData],handler(eventObject))Bind event handler to keyup JavaScript event, optionally passing object data.
Mouse Eventsgo to top of page Top
The .click() method has two signatures:
.click()Trigger the click JavaScript event on the specified element.
.click([eventData],handler(eventObject))Bind event handler to click JavaScript event, optionally passing object data.
The .dblclick() method has two signatures:
.dblclick()Trigger the dblclick JavaScript event on the specified element.
.dblclick([eventData],handler(eventObject))Bind event handler to dblclick JavaScript event, optionally passing object data.
The .hover() method has one signature:
.hover( handlerIn(eventObject)
            [,handlerOut(eventObject)] )
Bind two event handlers to the JavaScript hover event that activate when the mouse pointer enters or leaves the specified element.
The .mousedown() method has two signatures:
.mousedown()Trigger the mousedown JavaScript event on the specified element.
.mousedown([eventData],handler(eventObject))Bind event handler to mousedown JavaScript event, optionally passing object data.
The .mouseenter() method has two signatures:
.mouseenter()Trigger the mouseenter JavaScript event on the specified element.
.mouseenter([eventData],handler(eventObject))Bind event handler to mouseenter JavaScript event, optionally passing object data.
The .mouseleave() method has two signatures:
.mouseleave()Trigger the mouseleave JavaScript event on the specified element.
.mouseleave([eventData],handler(eventObject))Bind event handler to mouseleave JavaScript event, optionally passing object data.
The .mousemove() method has two signatures:
.mousemove()Trigger the mousemove JavaScript event on the specified element.
.mousemove([eventData],handler(eventObject))Bind event handler to mousemove JavaScript event, optionally passing object data.
The .mouseout() method has two signatures:
.mouseout()Trigger the mouseout JavaScript event on the specified element.
.mouseout([eventData],handler(eventObject))Bind event handler to mouseout JavaScript event, optionally passing object data.
The .mouseover() method has two signatures:
.mouseover()Trigger the mouseover JavaScript event on the specified element.
.mouseover([eventData],handler(eventObject))Bind event handler to mouseover JavaScript event, optionally passing object data.
The .mouseup() method has two signatures:
.mouseup()Trigger the mouseup JavaScript event on the specified element.
.mouseup([eventData],handler(eventObject))Bind event handler to mouseup JavaScript event, optionally passing object data.
.toggle() **REMOVED** Bind two or more event handlers to the matched set that are executed cyclically on mouse clicks.
Keyboard and Mouse Eventsgo to top of page Top
The .focusin() method has one signature:
.focusin([eventData],handler(eventObject))
                 [,handlerN(eventObject)] )
Bind event handler to focusin JavaScript event, optionally passing object data.
The .focusout() method has one signature:
.focusout([eventData],handler(eventObject))
                 [,handlerN(eventObject)] )
Bind event handler to focusout JavaScript event, optionally passing object data.
Form Eventsgo to top of page Top
The .blur() method has two signatures:
.blur()Trigger the blur JavaScript event on the specified element.
.blur([eventData],handler(eventObject))Bind event handler to blur JavaScript event, optionally passing object data.
The .change() method has two signatures:
.change()Trigger the change JavaScript event on the specified element.
.change([eventData],handler(eventObject))Bind event handler to change JavaScript event, optionally passing object data.
The .focus() method has two signatures:
.focus()Trigger the focus JavaScript event on the specified element.
.focus([eventData],handler(eventObject))Bind event handler to focus JavaScript event, optionally passing object data.
The .select() method has two signatures:
.select()Trigger the focus JavaScript event on the specified element.
.select([eventData],handler(eventObject))Bind event handler to select JavaScript event, optionally passing object data.
The .submit() method has two signatures:
.submit()Trigger the submit JavaScript event on the specified element.
.submit([eventData],handler(eventObject))Bind event handler to submit JavaScript event, optionally passing object data.
Event Handler Attachmentsgo to top of page Top
The .bind() method has three signatures:
.bind( eventType [eventData],
             handler(eventObject) )
Bind an event handler to specified event type(s), optionally passing object data.
.bind( eventType[,eventData],preventBubble)Bind an event handler to specified event type(s) with or without bubbling, optionally passing object data.
.bind( events )Bind a specified object of event type(s) and functions to execute for them.
The .delegate() method has three signatures:
.delegate( selector, eventType,
                     handler(eventObject))
Henceforth, attach an event handler to all elements matching the specified selector for the given event type(s).
.delegate( selector, eventType, eventData,
                     handler(eventObject))
Henceforth, attach an event handler to all elements matching the specified selector for the given event type(s), passing object data.
.delegate( events )Henceforth, attach an object of event type(s) and functions to execute for them for the specified selector.
.die() **REMOVED** Remove event handlers from elements that were previously attached using the .live() method.
.live() **REMOVED** Henceforth, attach an event handler to all elements matching the current selector for the given event type(s).
The .off() method has two signatures:
.off( events [, selector]
             [,handler(eventObject)] )
Remove an event handler for the given event type(s), optionally passing a selector and/or a handler.
.off( events-obj [, selector] )Remove an object of event type(s) and handlers, optionally passing a selector.
The .on() method has two signatures:
.on( events [, selector]
            [, data], handler(eventObject) )
Attach an event handler for the given event type(s), optionally passing a selector and/or an object of data.
.on( events-obj [, selector] [, data] )Attach an object of event type(s) and handlers, optionally passing a selector and/or an object of data.
The .one() method has two signatures:
.one( events [, selector]
             [, data], handler(eventObject) )
Attach an event handler for the given event type(s) that will execute a maximum of one times, optionally passing a selector and/or an object of data.
.one( events-obj [, selector] [, data] )Attach an object of event type(s) and handlers that will execute a maximum of one times, optionally passing a selector and/or an object of data.
The jQuery.proxy() method has two signatures:
jQuery.proxy( function, context )Return a new function with a particular context.
jQuery.proxy( context, name )Set a context for a function.
The .trigger() method has two signatures:
.trigger( eventType [, extraParameters] )Manually fire all event handlers and behaviours on the matched set, for the specified event (s), optionally passing parameters.
.trigger( event )Manually fire a jQuery.Event object on the matched set.
The .triggerHandler() method has one signature:
.triggerHandler( eventType]
              [, extraParameters] )
Manually fire all event handlers on an element, for the specified event type, optionally passing parameters.
The .unbind() method has four signatures:
.unbind( [eventType], [handler(eventObject)] )Unbind all event handlers from the specified elements, optionally passing a specified event type(s) and/or event handlers, to filter the unbinding.
.unbind( eventType, false )Unbind the corresponding return false function that was bound using .bind( eventType, false ).
.unbind( event )Unbind a JavaScript event object that was previously passed to an event handler.
.unbind( namespace )Unbind all events for a namespace.
The .undelegate() method has five signatures:
.undelegate()Unattach all delegated events
.undelegate( selector, eventType )Unattach all elements matching the specified selector for the given event type.
.undelegate( selector, eventType,
                       handler(eventObject))
Unattach an event handler for all elements matching the specified selector for the given event type.
.undelegate(selector, events )Unattach an object of event type(s) and previously bound functions to unattach from.
.undelegate( namespace )Unattach all events for a namespace.

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