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    Things like this.form.submit() are accepted as part of a webpage without any prior coding, so I take it there are standard elements that most browsers support. Does anyone have a list of such standard commands?

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    Yes, there are build in browser events you can use without programming them. That's the nature of JavaScript. I have a list of some of the events at http://www.sitesuwant.com/scripts. This is a good resource for learning some cross-browser events.

    Devin www.sitesuwant.com
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