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t:ENDEVENT Attribute | endEvent Property (deprecated)

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Sets or gets a value indicating that the timeline of an element ends immediately when the referenced event occurs, regardless of the element's repeat count or repeatDur property.

Syntax

XML<ELEMENT t:ENDEVENT = sEventName... >
Scripting[ sEventName = ] object.endEvent

Possible Values

sEventNameString that specifies or receives one of the following values.
none
Default. Value that specifies the element timeline is not stopped when a particular event occurs.
event
String that specifies a timing event or an event supported by the Dynamic HTML (DHTML) Object Model.

The property is read/write. The property has a default value of none.

Remarks

This property is deprecated.

This property supports interactive timing, where element timelines can end in response to events from users, media players, or the presentation. If the referenced event does not occur, the timeline on the current element does not start. To override this behavior, you can specify a maximum duration for the timeline using either the t:DUR attribute or the t:END attribute on the same element. This behavior is sometimes referred to as "lazy interactive."

The prefix t is used to associate this attribute with an XML namespace.

Example

This example uses the t:ENDEVENT attribute to make a paragraph disappear when the user clicks the button.


<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD W3 HTML//EN">
<HTML>
<HEAD>
<STYLE>
.time    { behavior: url(#default#time);}
</STYLE>
</HEAD>
<BODY BGCOLOR="white">
<BUTTON ID="button1">Hide Paragraph</BUTTON><BR><BR>
<SPAN ID="span1" CLASS=time STYLE="COLOR:Red;"
    t:ENDEVENT="button1.onclick" t:TIMEACTION="display">
    <H3>Paragraph 1</H3>
    <P>This is paragraph number one. It disappears when the button 
	is clicked.</P>
</SPAN>
</BODY>
</HTML>

Code example: http://samples.msdn.microsoft.com/workshop/samples/author/behaviors/endevent.htm

Applies To

t:AUDIO, t:IMG, t:MEDIA, t:PAR, t:SEQ, time, t:VIDEO

See Also

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