returns document click events to a function
docclick returns document click events to a function. You may want content-embedded links to render modals or page transitions. Attach a listener to the document, once, and return click events to a function handling this.
docclick only returns click events from
<a> elements or elements that are childed to an
docclick does not use a popular library like jQuery to interface with the DOM. Instead, it uses purpose-built modules I've made -eventhook, domev, lsn. With the modules its minified size is ~5.2kb. Without the modules, its minified size is ~2.4kb. Modules are isolated on public docclick methods and may be redefined with methods using jQuery or any library.
docclick may be downloaded directly or installed through
$ npm install docclick
$ git clone$ cd docclick && npm install
Tests are not automated and are performed by loading a document in the browser and using the browser console.
build test files
test/index.html in your browser and run tests from the console
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