Triggers determine how actions are activated in pages and form fields. For example, you can specify a pop-up text box to display when your pointer moves over or clicks a button.
You can use the following triggers for form fields (not links or bookmarks):
- Mouse Up
When the mouse button is released after a click. This is the most commonly used button trigger, because it gives the user one last chance to drag the pointer off the button and not activate the action.
- Mouse Down
When the mouse button is clicked (without being released). In most cases, Mouse Up is the preferred trigger.
- Mouse Enter
When the pointer enters the field or play area.
- Mouse Exit
When the pointer exits the field or play area.
- On Focus
When the form field receives focus, either through a mouse action or tabbing.
- On Blur
When the focus moves to a different form field.