2.1.124 [HTML5] Section 6.1.5.2 Event handlers on elements, Document objects, and Window objects

V0272: The oncancel event handler is not supported

The specification states:

 ... Event handlers on elements, Document objects, and Window objects
  
     The following are the event handlers (and their corresponding event handler event 
     types) that must be supported by all HTML elements, as both event handler content 
     attributes and event handler IDL attributes; and that must be supported by all 
     Document and Window objects, as event handler IDL attributes:
         ...
         oncancel    cancel

All document modes (All versions)

The oncancel event handler is not supported.

V0273: The oncuechange event handler is not supported on Document or Window

The specification states:

 ... Event handlers on elements, Document objects, and Window objects
     ...
     The following are the event handlers (and their corresponding event handler event 
     types) that must be supported by all HTML elements, as both event handler content 
     attributes and event handler IDL attributes; and that must be supported by all 
     Document and Window objects, as event handler IDL attributes:
         ...
         oncuechange    cuechange

All document modes (All versions)

The oncuechange event handler is not supported on Document or Window.

V0274: The oninvalid event handler is not supported

The specification states:

 6.1.5.2 Event handlers on elements, Document objects, and Window objects
     ...
     The following are the event handlers (and their corresponding event handler event 
     types) that must be supported by all HTML elements, as both event handler content 
     attributes and event handler IDL attributes; and that must be supported by all 
     Document and Window objects, as event handler IDL attributes:
         ...
         oninvalid    invalid

IE11 Mode, IE10 Mode, IE9 Mode, IE8 Mode, IE7 Mode, and IE5 (Quirks) Mode (All versions)

The oninvalid event handler is not supported.

V0275: The onmouseenter and onmouseleave event handlers are not supported on Document or Window

The specification states:

 6.1.5.2 Event handlers on elements, Document objects, and Window objects
     ...
     The following are the event handlers (and their corresponding event handler event 
     types) that must be supported by all HTML elements, as both event handler content 
     attributes and event handler IDL attributes; and that must be supported by all 
     Document and Window objects, as event handler IDL attributes:
         ...
         onmouseenter    mouseenter
         onmouseleave    mouseleave

IE11 Mode, IE10 Mode, IE9 Mode, IE8 Mode, IE7 Mode, and IE5 (Quirks) Mode (All versions)

The onmouseenter and onmouseleave event handlers are not supported on Document or Window.

V0276: The onresize event handler is not supported on Document or HTML elements

The specification states:

 ... Event handlers on elements, Document objects, and Window objects
     ...
     The following are the event handlers (and their corresponding event handler event 
     types) that must be supported by all HTML elements other than body and frameset 
     elements, as both event handler content attributes and event handler IDL attributes; 
     that must be supported by all Document objects, as event handler IDL attributes; and 
     that must be supported by all Window objects, as event handler IDL attributes on the 
     Window objects themselves, and with corresponding event handler content attributes 
     and event handler IDL attributes exposed on all body and frameset elements that are 
     owned by that Window object's Documents:
         ...
         onresize    resize

All document modes (All versions)

The onresize event handler is not supported on Document or HTML elements.

V0277: The onshow event handler is not supported

The specification states:

 ... Event handlers on elements, Document objects, and Window objects
     ...
     The following are the event handlers (and their corresponding event handler event 
     types) that must be supported by all HTML elements, as both event handler content 
     attributes and event handler IDL attributes; and that must be supported by all 
     Document and Window objects, as event handler IDL attributes:
         ...
         onshow    show

All document modes (All versions)

The onshow event handler is not supported.

V0278: The ontoggle event handler is not supported

The specification states:

 ... Event handlers on elements, Document objects, and Window objects
     ...
     The following are the event handlers (and their corresponding event handler event 
     types) that must be supported by all HTML elements, as both event handler content 
     attributes and event handler IDL attributes; and that must be supported by all 
     Document and Window objects, as event handler IDL attributes:
         ...
         ontoggle    toggle

All document modes (All versions)

The ontoggle event handler is not supported.

V0279: The onpopstate event handler is not supported on the frameset element

The specification states:

 ... Event handlers on elements, Document objects, and Window objects
     ...
     The following are the event handlers (and their corresponding event handler event 
     types) that must be supported by Window objects, as event handler IDL attributes on 
     the Window objects themselves, and with corresponding event handler content 
     attributes and event handler IDL attributes exposed on all body and frameset elements 
     that are owned by that Window object's Documents:
         ...
         onpopstate    popstate

All document modes (All versions)

The onpopstate event handler is not supported on the frameset element.

V0373: The onmouseenter and onmouseleave event handlers are not supported on Document

The specification states:

 ... Event handlers on elements, Document objects, and Window objects
     ...
     The following are the event handlers (and their corresponding event handler event 
     types) that must be supported by all HTML elements, as both event handler content 
     attributes and event handler IDL attributes; and that must be supported by all 
     Document and Window objects, as event handler IDL attributes:
         ...
         onmouseenter    mouseenter
         onmouseleave    mouseleave

EdgeHTML Mode (All versions)

The onmouseenter and onmouseleave event handlers are not supported on Document.

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