Event: information about an event — DOM Level 2 Events, IE: Object → Event
The following properties are defined by the DOM Level 2 Events
standard. See also
UIEvent for additional type-specific event
readonly boolean bubbles
trueif the event is of a type that bubbles (unless
stopPropagation( )is called);
readonly boolean cancelable
trueif the default action associated with the event can be canceled with
readonly Object currentTarget
The Element, Document, or Window that is currently handling this event. During capturing and bubbling, this is different from
readonly unsigned short eventPhase
The current phase of event propagation. The value is one of the following three constants, which represent the capturing phase, normal event dispatch, and the bubbling phase:
readonly Object target
The target node for this event—i.e., the Element, Document, or Window that generated the event.
readonly Date timeStamp
The date and time at which the event occurred (or, technically, at which the Event object was created). Implementations are not required to provide valid time data in this field, and if they do not, the
getTime( )method of this Date object should return 0. See
Datein Part III of this book.
readonly String type
The name of the ...