How to find events bound on an element with jQuery?
Right click on the element and select ‘Inspect element with Firebug’. In the sidebar panels (shown in the screenshot), navigate to the events tab using the tiny > arrow. The events tab shows the events and corresponding functions for each event. The text next to it shows the function location.
…but there’s no reason to do that with the tagClick function shown. The (standard) event object also has the properties target (which may not be the element you bound the event on, it may well be a descendant) and currentTarget (which will be the element you bound the event on).
Right click on the element to inspect, or find it in the ‘Elements’ pane. Expand the various sub-nodes to find the one you want, and then look for where the ‘handler’ sub-node is.
How to see event handlers bound in WebKit?
AFAIK you there is no way to see all the events which have been bound using the regular DOM functions like addEventListener. You can see them in the webkit inspector though: In the Elements tab navigate to the desired DOM node, on the right side select the “Event Listeners” drop down.
How to bind functions to an event in jQuery?
With jQuery you can bind functions to an event triggered on a DOM object using .bind () or one of the event handler helper functions. jQuery have to store this internally somehow and I wonder if is it possible given a DOM object, to find out which events have been bound to the object, and access those functions etc.
Where can I find event handlers in jQuery?
While this isn’t exactly specific to jQuery selectors/objects, in FireFox Quantum 58.x, you can find event handlers on an element using the Dev tools: Note that events may be attached to the document itself rather than the element in question. In that case, you’ll want to use:
When to use.data instead of.events in jQuery?
Prior to 1.9, .data (“events”) could be used to retrieve jQuery’s undocumented internal event data structure for an element if no other code had defined a data element with the name “events”. This special case has been removed in 1.9. There is no public interface to retrieve this internal data structure, and it remains undocumented.