Fires when the user double-clicks the object.
Note Starting with Internet Explorer 11, this event fires a MSPointerEvent object instead of a MouseEvent. You can use the MouseEvent.pointerType property to determine the type of contact that the click originated from (touch, mouse, or pen).
|HTML Attribute||<element ondblclick = "handler(event)">|
|Event Property||object.ondblclick = handler;|
|attachEvent Method||object.attachEvent("ondblclick", handler)|
|addEventListener Method||object.addEventListener("dblclick", handler, useCapture)|
Event handler parameters
- pEvtObj [in]
- HTML 4.01 Specification, Section 18.2.3
The order of events leading to the HTMLElementEvents::ondblclick event is HTMLElementEvents::onmousedown, HTMLElementEvents::onmouseup, HTMLElementEvents::onclick, HTMLElementEvents::onmouseup, and then HTMLElementEvents::ondblclick. Actions associated with any of these events are executed when the HTMLElementEvents::ondblclick event fires.
Initiates any action that is associated with the event.
To invoke this event, do one of the following:
- Click the left mouse button twice in rapid succession over an object. The user's double-click must occur within the time limit specified by the user's system.