JavaScript » eventhandler » onDblClick

Syntax:
onDblClick = myJavaScriptCode

Event handler for Document, Link.

The onDblClick event handler executes the specified JavaScript code or function on the occurance of a double click event.

The onDblClick event handler uses the following Event object properties.

type - this property indicates the type of event.
target - this property indicates the object to which the event was originally sent.
layerX - the cursor location when the click event occurs.
layerY - the cursor location when the click event occurs.
pageX - the cursor location when the click event occurs.
pageY - the cursor location when the click event occurs.
screenX - the cursor location when the click event occurs.
screenY - the cursor location when the click event occurs.
which - 1 represents a left mouse double-click and 3 a right double-click.
modifiers - lists the modifier keys (shift, alt, ctrl, etc.) held down when the click event occurs.

Examples

Code:
<body onDblClick = "document.write('Hello World!')">
Explanation:

This example shows the use of the onDblClick event handler with a document object. As you can see, this is defined within the document's HTML <BODY> tag.

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