Frame refers to the browser frame that contains the current web page Onload

Frame refers to the browser frame that contains the

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Frame refers to the browser frame that contains the current web page Onload event fires when “something” is loaded A whole page or a single element window .onload = function(){ //all JavaScript initialization here. } COMP5347 Web Application Development
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The University of Sydney Page 87 The event Object and this Event object stores contextual information about the event This can be passed to the event handler The object has a number of properties and methods In an event-handling function, this refers to the target DOM node on which the event occurred COMP5347 Web Application Development
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The University of Sydney Page 88 References Randy Connolly, Ricardo Hoar, Fundamentals of Web Development, Global Edition, Pearson W3Schools, HTML Tutorial [ https :// ] W3Schools, JavaScript tutorial [ https :// ] COMP5347 Web Application Development
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W3 Tutorial: HTML and JavaScript Week 4: JavaScript and Browser Rendering Process
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