In the example above, we use the
addEventListener() method to add a click event to the "myButton" element on the web page. When the button is clicked, the function defined in the second argument of
addEventListener() is executed and an alert box with the message “Button Clicked!” is displayed.
click: Triggered when the user clicks an element on the web page.
submit: Triggered when the user submits a form.
keydown: Triggered when the user presses a key.
load: Triggered when the page finishes loading.
Here is an example of how to use an event handler to change the content of a web page:
In this example, when the user clicks the "myButton" element, the contents of the "myText" element on the web page are changed to “Hello World!” using the
To ensure the best user experience, it’s important to use events and event handlers in a way that is efficient and easy to understand. Here are some best practices to keep in mind:
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