If like myself, you often attach functions to elements using jQuery, for example:

$('.btnName').live('click', function() {
    //do something

There is a nice little browser extension that will show all the elements on the page with a little bubble outlining the attached events/functions.

It is written by Allan Jardine, and you can get it from http://www.sprymedia.co.uk/article/Visual+Event



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2 thought on “Viewing events attached to elements via JavaScript”
  1. Nice extension!
    Just wanted to note, that Chrome Browser in developer console you can select a DOM node, scroll down on the right-hand side (there is CSS info and stuff) and expand “Event listeners” section to view events attached to the node you have selected.

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