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Walker.js comes with a bunch of pre-built triggers
You don't have to deal with event listener or mutation observer initialization anymore. Walker.js comes with a bunch of integrated triggers that will fire your event at the right moment.
after loading a page when the DOM is ready
when the element or a child is clicked
after the element has been in the viewport for at least 50% for one second
each time the mouse enters the corresponding element
on a valid form submission
waits ms seconds (15 seconds by default) until triggering
recurring trigger every ms seconds (15 seconds by default) if page is not hidden
calling elbLayer.push(), see using JavaScript
fires when min. y percent of the element's height is above the bottom of the window, e.g. scroll(80) for an 80% threshold
Trigger names are predefined and need to be selected from the list while the action can be an arbitrarily defined name.


If the trigger and action values are equal, e.g. for click events, you can just shorten the implementation:
<b data-elbaction="click">short</b> is equal to <s data-elbaction="click:click">long</s>


Some triggers require more information during their initialization, others accept optional parameters. A scroll trigger needs to know about the percentage a user scrolls down while a wait trigger wants to know about the number of milliseconds until the action gets triggered. Use brackets behind the trigger to pass that information.
<!-- specifying trigger parameters -->
<p data-elbaction="wait(10):interested"></p>
<p data-elbaction="pulse(10):interested"></p>

Action filter

At some point, you might want to nest an entity inside another. To prevent an action to trigger both entities you can restrict the action to a specific entity by adding the name, e.g. data-elbaction="load:view(product)".If the trigger event gets called, the result will only include the property values from the specific entities.
<!-- setting a filter for an entity -->
<div data-elb="foo">
<div data-elb="bar" data-elbaction="load:hello(bar)">
only the bar hello event fires.

Up-bubbling click trigger

By clicking an element the event is bubbling up to the body element. If the walker finds a data-elbaction with the click trigger it will fire the action. It's often the image or a whole div-block that gets clicked, not the parent a-element. Using the bubbling-up flow, the walker still triggers the actions for you.
<button data-elb="product" data-elbaction="click">
<img class="full" src="some.jpg" alt="" />
The click trigger uses the bubbling-up process. It will not work with stopPropagation or preventDefault.

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