> The iframe element doesn't support any events[1].

You can indeed listen to the load event directly from the IFrame
element.
http://pastie.org/493154

> The document that it contains may support various events (such as load, 
> click, etc.).

Why would a document inside an iframe not support these events?


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On May 21, 8:46 pm, RobG <rg...@iinet.net.au> wrote:
> On May 22, 12:11 am, Walter Lee Davis <wa...@wdstudio.com> wrote:
>
> > I'd like to see what events are there for the observing, particularly  
> > on an iframe.
>
> The iframe element doesn't support any events[1].  The document that
> it contains may support various events (such as load, click, etc.).
>
> > Is there a general-purpose way (or even some tab of  
> > Firebug I haven't seen before) that I can see what events are being  
> > fired? Some sort of Event.observe('foo','*'... kind of thing?
>
> Try Firebug's "Profile" option.
>
> 1. <URL:http://www.w3.org/TR/html401/present/frames.html#edef-IFRAME
>
>
>
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> Rob
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