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Javascript ....... onmouseover and onmouseout These two event types will help you create nice effects with images or even with text as well. The onmouseover event triggers when you bring your mouse over any element and the onmouseout triggers when you move your mouse out from that element. Try the following example. document.write ("Mouse Out"); Bring your mouse inside the division to see the result: This is inside the division 76

Javascript Output Bring your mouse inside the division to see the result: This is inside the division HTML 5 Standard Events The standard HTML 5 events are listed here for your reference. Here script indicates a Javascript function to be executed against that event. Attribute Value Description Offline script Triggers when the document goes offline Onabort script Triggers on an abort event onafterprint script Triggers after the document is printed onbeforeonload script Triggers before the document loads onbeforeprint script Triggers before the document is printed onblur script Triggers when the window loses focus oncanplay script Triggers when media can start play, but might has to stop for buffering oncanplaythrough script Triggers when media can be played to the end, without stopping for buffering onchange script Triggers when an element changes onclick script Triggers on a mouse click oncontextmenu script Triggers when a context menu is triggered ondblclick script Triggers on a mouse double-click ondrag script Triggers when an element is dragged ondragend script Triggers at the end of a drag operation 77

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    About the Tutorial JavaScript is a

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    1. OVERVIEW Javascript What is Java

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    Javascript components, integrates w

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    Javascript This function can be use

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    Javascript JavaScript in Chrome Her

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    4. PLACEMENT Javascript There is a

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    Javascript This code will

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    5. VARIABLES Javascript JavaScript

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    Javascript Within the body of a fun

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    6. OPERATORS Javascript What is an

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    Javascript the right operand, if ye

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    Javascript document.write("num.toPr

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    Javascript Method toSource() toStri

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    Javascript Output flag.toString

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    23. STRING Javascript The String ob

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    Javascript concat() indexOf() lastI

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    Javascript document.writeln("str.ch

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    Javascript Argument Details string2

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    Javascript lastIndexOf () This meth

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    Javascript substring. $n or $nn Whe

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    Javascript Search () This method ex

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    Javascript document.write( sliced )

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    Javascript Return Value Returns a s

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    Javascript JavaScript String toLow

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    Javascript var str = "Apples are r

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    Javascript blink () This method cau

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    Javascript JavaScript String font

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    Javascript JavaScript String link(

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    Javascript Prototype The prototype

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    Javascript push() reduce() reduceRi

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    Javascript every () Javascript arra

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    Javascript } var passed = [12, 5, 8

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    Javascript Array.prototype.filter =

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    Javascript join () Javascript array

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    Javascript var from = Number(argume

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    Javascript Array.prototype.map = fu

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    Javascript Its syntax is as follows

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    Javascript var rv = arguments[1]; }

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    Javascript Output Removed element

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    Javascript Return Value Returns a s

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    Javascript toString () Javascript a

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    25. DATE Javascript The Date object

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    Javascript Date Methods Here is a l

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    Javascript universal time. setUTCMo

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    Javascript var dt = new Date(); d

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    Javascript getMonth() : 11 getSecon

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    Javascript Output getUTCHours() :

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    Javascript JavaScript getYear Met

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    Javascript If you specify a number

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    Javascript document.write( dt );

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    Javascript var dt = new Date(1993,

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    Javascript Syntax Its syntax is as

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    Javascript For instances of Date,

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    Javascript var dateobject = new

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    Javascript Output 743850547000 Date

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    Javascript minutes : An integer

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    Javascript In the following section

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    Javascript var value = Math.log(10

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    Javascript min ( ) This method retu

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    Javascript Return Value Returns the

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    27. REGEXP Javascript A regular exp

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    30. FORM VALIDATION Javascript Form

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    34. IMAGE MAP Javascript You can us

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