JavaScript Resources


The web browser keeps track of how the user interacts with the web page through what are known as events.

An event is a user initiated activity, for example: loading or reloading a page; clicking on a button or hyperlink; select an item in a pull-down menu; placing the mouse cursor over an image, or removing the cursor from an image.

JavaScript provides a way to respond to each of these types of user interactions with the web browser (as well as many others) through what are known as event handlers.

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