The HTMLElementEvents4 interface inherits from the IUnknown interface. HTMLElementEvents4 also has these types of members:
The HTMLElementEvents4 interface has these events.
Fires when the user aborts the download.
Occurs when playback is possible, but would require further buffering.
Occurs when playback to end is possible without requiring a stop for further buffering.
Fires when the contents of the object or selection have changed.
Occurs when the duration attribute is updated.
Occurs when the media element is reset to its initial state.
Occurs when the end of playback is reached.
Fires when an error occurs during object loading.
Fires immediately after the client loads the object.
Occurs when media data is loaded at the current playback position.
Occurs when the duration and dimensions of the media have been determined.
Occurs when Internet Explorer begins looking for media data.
Occurs when playback is paused.
Occurs when the play method is requested.
Occurs when the audio or video has started playing.
Occurs to indicate progress while downloading media data.
Occurs when the playback rate is increased or decreased.
Fires when the user resets a form.
Occurs when the seek operation ends.
Occurs when the current playback position is moved.
Fires when the current selection changes.
Occurs when the download has stopped.
Fires when a FORM is about to be submitted.
Occurs if the load operation has been intentionally halted.
Occurs to indicate the current playback position.
Occurs when the volume is changed, or playback is muted or unmuted.
Occurs when playback stops because the next frame of a video resource is not available.
Build date: 1/23/2012