jQuery bind() method


Use the bind() method in jQuery to attach event handlers for the elements matched. On event occurrence, it allows a function to run, for example, fire an alert box on click.

Note: bind() method is now deprecated. For the same results, use the jQuery on() method.


The following is the syntax,

The following are the parameters used by the bind() method,

  • ev: Indicate event(s).
  • data: Pass additional data to the event handled. This parameter is optional.
  • func: When event occur, this functions runs.


The following is the output,

jQuery bind method

Click on the text, and the following alert box will be visible,

jQuery bind method example

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