Initializes a transition event created using the deprecated Document.createEvent(“TransitionEvent”) method.
var object = object.initTransitionEvent(/* see parameter list */);
Specifies the event type.
Specifies whether or not the event can bubble.
Specifies whether or not the event’s default action can be prevented. Since a TransitionEvent is purely for notification, there is no default action.
Specifies the name of the property associated with the Event.
Specifies the amount of time, in seconds, the transition has been running at the time of initialization.
Returns an object of type DOM NodeDOM Node
This method can return one of these values.
Used to initialize the value of a TransitionEvent.
Note: this method has been dropped during the standard process. It has been deprecated and is in the progress of been removed from most implementation. Do not use it anymore, use the standard constructor, TransitionEvent(), to create a synthetic TransitionEvent
This method is used to initialize the value of a TransitionEvent. This method may only be called before the TransitionEvent has been dispatched via the dispatchEvent method, though it may be called multiple times during that phase if necessary. If called multiple times, the final invocation takes precedence.
var retval = transitionEvent.initTransitionEvent(typeArg, canBubbleArg, cancelableArg, propertyNameArg, elapsedTimeArg);