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nsIDOMEventListener Interface Reference

The nsIDOMEventListener interface is a callback interface for listening to events in the Document Object Model. More...

import "nsIDOMEventListener.idl";

Inherits nsISupports.

Inherited by DocumentResizeEventListener, LoadListener, nsAccessProxy, nsAttributeTextNode::nsAttrChangeListener, nsHTTPSOAPTransportCompletion, nsIDOMCompositionListener, nsIDOMContextMenuListener, nsIDOMDragListener, nsIDOMFocusListener, nsIDOMFormListener, nsIDOMKeyListener, nsIDOMLoadListener, nsIDOMMouseListener, nsIDOMMouseMotionListener, nsIDOMMutationListener, nsIDOMPageTransitionListener, nsIDOMPaintListener, nsIDOMScrollListener, nsIDOMSVGListener, nsIDOMSVGZoomListener, nsIDOMTextListener, nsIDOMUIListener, nsIDOMXULListener, nsImageDocument, nsJSEventListener, nsLSParserEventListener, nsPolicyReference, nsPrintPreviewListener, nsUICommandCollector, nsWSDLLoadRequest, nsXBLEventHandler, nsXBLKeyEventHandler, nsXFormsActionElement, nsXFormsActionModuleBase, nsXFormsFocusListener, nsXFormsHintHelpListener, nsXFormsMessageElement, nsXFormsModelElement, and nsXMLEventsListener.

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void handleEvent (in nsIDOMEvent event)
 This method is called whenever an event occurs of the type for which the EventListener interface was registered.

Detailed Description

The nsIDOMEventListener interface is a callback interface for listening to events in the Document Object Model.

For more information on this interface please see http://www.w3.org/TR/DOM-Level-2-Events/

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Definition at line 53 of file nsIDOMEventListener.idl.


Member Function Documentation

This method is called whenever an event occurs of the type for which the EventListener interface was registered.

Parameters:
evtThe Event contains contextual information about the event. It also contains the stopPropagation and preventDefault methods which are used in determining the event's flow and default action.

The documentation for this interface was generated from the following file: