The event.currentTarget property is the current DOM element within the event bubbling phase, and is typically equal to “this”.
The event.data property contains the optional data passed to an event method when the current executing handler is bound.
The event.delegateTarget property returns the element where the currently-called jQuery event handler is attached.
The event.namespace property returns the namespace when the event is triggered, and can be used to handle tasks differently depending on the namespace.
The event.pageX property returns the position of the mouse pointer, relative to the left edge of the document.
The event.pageY property returns the position of the mouse pointer, relative to the top edge of the document.
The event.relatedTarget property returns which element is being entered or exited on mouse movement.
The event.result property contains the previous value returned by an event handler triggered by the specified event.
The event.target property returns which DOM element triggered the event and is often used to determine if the event is being handled due to event bubbling.
The event.timeStamp property returns the number of milliseconds since January 1, 1970, when the event was triggered.
The event.type property returns the event type that was triggered.
The event.which property returns which keyboard key or mouse button (by key/button number) was pressed for the event.
The $().jquery property returns a string containing the jQuery version number being used.
The jQuery.fx.interval property is used to change the animation firing rate in milliseconds.
The jQuery.fx.off property is used to globally disable/enable all animations, which will immediately set elements to the final state of the animation.
The jQuery.support property contains a collection of properties representing different browser features or bugs.
The length property contains the number of elements in the jQuery object.
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