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var node = this.doc.createElement("span");
 node.setAttribute("id","123");
 node.setAttribute("title", "sample");
  node.addEventListener('mouseover', ev_onMouseOver, false); ----FF
node.attachEvent("onmouseover", ev_onMouseOver); ---- For IE < 9
I have used two ways to add eventhandler on Mouseover event, one for IE and other for FF
My question is : Does Jquery has some method or way so that i dont have to use two different way here.
I went through blogs which does tell about Jquery's 'bind' and 'on' method and also specific mouseover method but couldnt make a decision yet which one to use.
Also i am pretty new to JS, so i couldn't figure out exact syntax to write it in Jquery.
Posted 22-Mar-13 6:33am

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Solution 1

Look at this, $.bind[^] there is also $.on[^] which is the preferred method.
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