The event.namespace property in jQuery is used to return the custom namespace whenever the event is triggered. It is used to handle tasks differently depending on the namespace used.
Parameters: This property contains single parameter event which is required. It returns the custom namespace and it comes from the event binding function.
Example 1: This example uses event.namespace property to return and remove namespace.
Before Click on element h3:
After Click on element h3:
Example 2: This example uses click.mySomething namespace to slideToggle the content.
Before Click on the first statement:
After Click on the first statement:
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