The jQuery bind() event is used to attach one or more event handlers for selected elements from a set of elements. It specifies a function to run when the event occurs.
It is generally used together with other events of jQuery.
Parameters of jQuery bind() event
||It is a mandatory parameter. It specifies one or more events to attach to the elements. If you want to add multiple events they they must be separated by space.
||It is an optional parameter. It specifies additional data to pass along to the function.
||It is a mandatory parameter. It executes the function to run when the event occurs.
||It specifies an event map which contains one or more events or functions attached to the element.
Example of jQuery bind() event
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Advantages of jQuery bind() event
- It is compatible on various browsers.
- It is quite easy and quick to bind event handlers.
- It provides some shorthand and easy methods with click(), hover() etc. events for binding event handlers.
jQuery bind() example with mouseenter() and mouseleave() events
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