jQuery MouseEvent Methods

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jQuery MouseEvent Methods

The following are the list of MouseEvent methods available in jQuery.

MethodExplanation
blur() Triggers when a specified element is blurred.
click() Triggers when a specified element is clicked.
contextmenu() Triggers when a specified element is right clicked.
dblclick() Triggers when a specified element is double clicked.
focus() Triggers when a specified element is focused.
focusin() Triggers when a specified element gets focus.
focusout() Triggers when a specified element loses focus.
hover() Binds two functions in it. The first function will execute when the mouse pointer enters the specified element and the second function will execute when the mouse pointer leaves the specified element.
mousedown() Triggers when a specified element is pressed.
mouseenter() Triggers when a mouse entered a specified element.
mouseleave() Triggers when a mouse left a specified element.
mousemove() Triggers when a mouse moved over a specified element.
mouseout() Triggers when a mouse moved out of a specified element.
mouseover() Triggers when a mouse is over a specified element.
mouseup() Triggers when a specified element is released after pressing.
scroll() Triggers when a specified element is scrolled.
scrollLeft() Sets or Gets the current horizontal position of the scroll bar.
scrollTop() Sets or Gets the current vertical position of the scroll bar.
select() Triggers when a specified element is selected.

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