Beginning Ajax with ASP.NET by Wallace B. McClure
By Wallace B. McClure
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Status=’It\’s a beautiful day’;” oncontextmenu=”contextMenuClick(); return false;”> And as you may have guessed, the return false; statement bypasses the normal behavior of this event handler, which would bring up the browser’s context menu. clientY properties give the x and y coordinates of the exact location of the mouse during the click. So, when you render the page and rightclick somewhere, the status menu shows those x and y coordinates. You can put that information to work by using the coordinates to place a
Layers. Fortunately, a common method on the document object now enables you to search through a web page and find any object by its ID anywhere on the page: getElementById(). To effectively use this, the elements being referenced must have id attributes applied. getElementById(). value);” /> The onclick event handler for the button calls a function named addOption, using the getElementById() method in order to find the text value in the textbox named newOption. length] = new Option(optionText); } This function is a little different from the last one you saw: It accepts a parameter called optionText, called out in the parentheses after the name of the function.