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HTML5 has a variety of event properties, which are divided into six categories.

There are several events in HTML that reflect the user or the browser performing some activity. When you add javascript code in HTML, js reacts to these events and allows the code to run. Event Handling refers to the process of reacting to occurrences.

Users interact with your website in a variety of ways, including as clicking on text, images, and links, hovering over designated items, and so on. This is what JavaScript refers to as an event.

The interaction between JavaScript and HTML is handled via events that occur when the user or the browser manipulates a page. When a page loads, it is referred to as an event. When a user hits a button, it triggers an event. Other events include hitting any key, closing a window, resizing a window, and so forth.

Events are actions or occurrences that occur in the system you're developing and are reported to you so that your code can react. If a user clicks a button on a webpage, for example, you might wish to respond by showing an information box.

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