Below please find links to archived Q&A discussion for the jQuery Events course. The event.keyCode is not working in FireFox, but work perfect in IE. To get the event.keyCode in Firefox, you should use the event.which instead, and jQuery recommend it as well.
jQuery keyup for beginners and professionals with examples of jQuery effects, selectors, traversing, events, manipulation, animation, html and more. The keydown and keyup events provide a code indicating which key is pressed, while keypress indicates which character was entered. For example, a lowercase "a" will be reported as 65 by keydown and keyup, but as 97 by keypress. Keydown and keyup. The keydown events happens when a key is pressed down, and then keyup – when it’s released. event.code and event.key. The key property of the event object allows to get the character, while the code property of the event object allows to get the “physical key code”.
Save anonymous public fiddle? - Be sure not to include personal data - Do not include copyrighted material. Log in if you'd like to delete this fiddle in the future. Hi, I have a select element and a textbox element. The textbox is wired with a keyup event handler that checks if the input is numeric using a Regex and clears any non-numeric characters.
26.04.2010 · What code do you have in OnKeyUp? Maybe if you show your code, someone will find the problem. The above code will work in any browser available today even IE6. jQuery certainly doesn’t help us here. The code follows the same intuitive syntax if we want to trigger some other DOM events, such as focus and blur, or submit on a