Order of events firing between Mouseover and Mouseout

Let's say if my mouse moves out from elementA and hovers over to elementB.

What will be the order of the events getting fired?

Answers


mousemove, mouseleave, mouseout, mousemove x X, mouseenter, mouseover, mousemove some more etc...

That's my best guess...

But I was slightly wrong. This should do it for you: Add the events you need (the example uses jQuery, you could do this in plain JavaScript too, but I didn't want to spend a lot of time on this).

Ok, here's the code:

$(document).ready(function(e) {
    $('.canary').on('mouseout mouseleave mouseenter mouseover', function(event){
        $('#test').text($('#test').text() + ', ' + event.type)      });
});

Here's your CSS:

.canary{
    width:200px;
    height:100px;
    background-color:#066
    }

Your HTML

<textarea name="test" id="test" cols="200" rows="10"></textarea>
<div class='canary'></div>
<br /><br />
<div class='canary'></div>

Here's a live demo


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