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Academy of Finance and Management Australia

The Academy of Finance and Management Australia (AFMATM) is a global academic and professional organisation in the finance and management area. AFMA provides training programs and issues Board Certified credentials to successful candidates worldwide. AFMA also admits successful candidates to membership of the Academy at the Fellowship grade. AFMA also provides a direct route to credentialing and membership to those individuals having relevant awards from accredited business schools and/or professional bodies worldwide. AFMA has Board Certification professional programs in numerous finance and management fields including, accounting, marketing, information technology, economics, banking, risk management, quantitative analysis, quality control, supply chain management, valuation, portfolio management, applied finance etc., many of which are industry recognised in their specific fields.

WITS Global Business School

The Wharton Institute of Technology and Science (WITS) was founded to provide mature men and women an opportunity to not only undertake further academic and professional studies, but also to gain recognition for all prior learning that could be documented and demonstrated to have taken place within and beyond the traditional academic classroom based instruction. Consequently, the traditional and non-traditional programs offered by WITS provide an opportunity for occupational experience, specialised training and independent reading to be assessed and recognized for credit purposes in meeting typical coursework qualification requirements.

Institute of Certified Carbon Analysts and Auditors 

The principal object of the new body, the Institute of Certified Carbon Analysts and Auditors (ICCAA) is to advance, promote, measure, regulate and provide assurance certification of carbon credits for the effective implementation of carbon management systems (that may include emissions trading systems). It is aimed at encouraging participation in carbon markets by its members to improve environmental sustainability and provide solutions to reducing the greenhouse effect and resultant climate change. The certification programs of the ICCAA are designed to train and educate ‘Certified Carbon Analysts and Auditorswith the professional designation CCAA to provide analysis and assurance in carbon markets.

Australian Education Credentials Standards Agency (AECSA)

AECSA is a non-profit organisation set up to investigate and categorise the educational standards of universities and professional organisations around the world. AECSA also undertakes the ranking of universities and professional bodies by specialisation , either by itself or via the rankings published by leading educational most easily remembered name in the Higher-Education portal market

The Institute of Certified Management Accountant (ICMA) of Australia is a growing organization with a vision to attain the status of a premier body of professionals practicing the science of management accounting. The Institute was incorporated in 1996 under the patronage of Mr. William Dix (former Chairman of Ford and Qantas) and Professor John Miller (former Director of Consumer Affairs, Chairman of Pannell, Kerr, Foster and holder of numerous senior academic positions). Its objectives are to provide a professional organization for management accountants, and to encourage, disseminate and promote the specialization in organizations in Australia. Similar specialist bodies have been operating in most English-speaking developed countries, e.g. USA, UK and Canada.

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Global Event Attributes

HTML 4 added the ability to let events trigger actions in a browser, like starting a JavaScript when a user clicks on an element.

Below are the global event attributes that can be added to HTML5 elements to define event actions.

New : New event attributes in HTML5.


Window Event Attributes

Events triggered for the window object (applies to the <body> tag):

AttributeValueDescription
onafterprintNew script Script to be run after the document is printed
onbeforeprintNew script Script to be run before the document is printed
onbeforeonloadNew script Script to be run before the document loads
onblur script Script to be run when the window loses focus
onerrorNew script Script to be run when an error occur
onfocus script Script to be run when the window gets focus
onhaschangeNew script Script to be run when the document has changed
onload script Script to be run when the document loads
onmessageNew script Script to be run when the message is triggered
onofflineNew script Script to be run when the document goes offline
ononlineNew script Script to be run when the document comes online
onpagehideNew script Script to be run when the window is hidden
onpageshowNew script Script to be run when the window becomes visible
onpopstateNew script Script to be run when the window's history changes
onredoNew script Script to be run when the document performs a redo
onresizeNew script Script to be run when the window is resized
onstorageNew script Script to be run when when a Web Storage area is updated
onundoNew script Script to be run when the document performs an undo
onunloadNew script Script to be run when the user leaves the document

Form Events

Events triggered by actions inside a HTML form (applies to all HTML5 elements, but is most common in form elements):

AttributeValueDescription
onblur script Script to be run when an element loses focus
onchange script Script to be run when an element changes
oncontextmenuNew script Script to be run when a context menu is triggered
onfocus script Script to be run when an element gets focus
onformchangeNew script Script to be run when a form changes
onforminputNew script Script to be run when a form gets user input
oninputNew script Script to be run when an element gets user input
oninvalidNew script Script to be run when an element is invalid
onreset script Script to be run when a form is reset Not supported in HTML5
onselect script Script to be run when an element is selected
onsubmit script Script to be run when a form is submitted

Keyboard Events

Events triggered by a keyboard (applies to all HTML5 elements):

AttributeValueDescription
onkeydown script Script to be run when a key is pressed down
onkeypress script Script to be run when a key is pressed and released
onkeyup script Script to be run when a key is released

Mouse Events

Events triggered by a mouse, or similar user actions (applies to all HTML5 elements):

AttributeValueDescription
onclick script Script to be run on a mouse click
ondblclick script Script to be run on a mouse double-click
ondrag               New script Script to be run when an element is dragged
ondragend           New script Script to be run at the end of a drag operation
ondragenter          New script Script to be run when an element has been dragged to a valid  drop target
ondragleave         New script Script to be run when an element leaves a valid drop target
ondragover          New script Script to be run when an element is being dragged over a  valid drop target
ondragstart          New script Script to be run at the start of a drag operation
ondropNew script Script to be run when dragged element is being dropped
onmousedown script Script to be run when a mouse button is pressed
onmousemove script Script to be run when the mouse pointer moves
onmouseout script Script to be run when the mouse pointer moves out of an      element
onmouseover script Script to be run when the mouse pointer moves over an      element
onmouseup script Script to be run when a mouse button is released
onmousewheel          New script Script to be run when the mouse wheel is being rotated
onscrollNew script Script to be run when an element's scrollbar is being scrolled

Media Events

Events triggered by medias like videos, images and audio (applies to all HTML5 elements, but is most common in media elements,  like audio, embed, img, object, and video):

AttributeValueDescription
onabort script Script to be run on abort
oncanplay                New script Script to be run when a file is ready to start playing (when it has buffered  enough to begin)
oncanplaythrough     New script Script to be run when a file can be played all the way to the end without  pausing for buffering
ondurationchange     New script Script to be run when the length of the media changes
onemptiedNew script Script to be run when something bad happens and the file is suddenly  unavailable (like unexpectedly disconnects)
onendedNew script Script to be run when the media has reach the end (a useful event for  messages like "thanks for listening")
onerrorNew script Script to be run when an error occurs when the file is being loaded
onloadeddataNew script Script to be run when media data is loaded
onloadedmetadata    New script Script to be run when meta data (like dimensions and duration) are loaded
onloadstartNew script Script to be run just as the file begins to load before anything is actually  loaded
onpauseNew script Script to be run when the media is paused either by the user or  programmatically
onplayNew script Script to be run when the media is ready to start playing
onplayingNew script Script to be run when the media actually has started playing
onprogressNew script Script to be run when the browser is in the process of getting the media  data
onratechangeNew script Script to be run each time the playback rate changes (like when a user  switches to a slow motion or fast forward mode)
onreadystatechange    New script Script to be run each time the ready state changes (the ready state tracks  the state of the media data)
onseeked                   New script Script to be run when the seeking attribute is set to false indicating that  seeking has ended
onseeking                  New script Script to be run when the seeking attribute is set to true indicating that  seeking is active
onstalled                   New script Script to be run when the browser is unable to fetch the media data for  whatever reason
onsuspend                 New script Script to be run when fetching the media data is stopped before it is  completely loaded for whatever reason
ontimeupdateNew script Script to be run when the playing position has changed (like when the user  fast forwards to a different point in the media)
onvolumechangeNew script Script to be run each time the volume is changed which (includes setting the  volume to "mute")
onwaitingNew script Script to be run when the media has paused but is expected to resume (like  when the media pauses to buffer more data)

New : New global attributes in HTML5.

AttributeDescription
accesskey Specifies a shortcut key to activate/focus an element
class Specifies one or more classnames for an element (refers to a class in a style sheet)
contenteditableNew Specifies whether the content  of an element is editable or not
contextmenuNew Specifies a context menu for an element. The context menu appears when a  user right-clicks on the element
dir Specifies the text direction for the content in an element
draggableNew Specifies whether an element is draggable or not
dropzoneNew Specifies whether the dragged data is copied, moved, or linked, when dropped
hiddenNew Specifies that an element is not yet, or is no longer, relevant
id Specifies a unique id for an element
lang Specifies the language of the element's content
spellcheckNew Specifies whether the element is to have its spelling and grammar checked or  not
style Specifies an inline CSS style for an element
tabindex Specifies the tabbing order of an element
title Specifies extra information about an element

 <wbr>

The <wbr> tag is supported in all major browsers, except Internet  Explorer.


Definition and Usage

The Word Break Opportunity (<wbr>) specifies where in a text it would be ok to add a line-break.

Tip: When a word is too long, or you are afraid that the browser will break your  lines at the wrong place, you can use the <wbr> element to add word break opportunities.


Differences Between HTML 4.01 and HTML5

The <wbr> tag is new in HTML5.


Global Attributes

The <wbr> tag also supports the Global attributes in HTML5.


Event Attributes

The <wbr> tag also supports the Global Event Attributes in HTML5

 <video>

The <video> tag is supported in all major browsers (in Internet Explorer:  from version 9).


Definition and Usage

The <video> tag specifies video, such as a movie clip or other video streams.


Differences Between HTML 4.01 and HTML5

The <video> tag is new in HTML5.


Tips and Notes

Tip: Any text between the <video> and </video> tags will be  displayed in browsers that do not support video.


Optional Attributes

New : New in HTML5.

AttributeValueDescription
autoplay     New autoplay Specifies that the video will start playing as soon as it is ready
controls      New controls Specifies that video controls should be displayed (such as a play/pause button etc).
height        New pixels Sets the height of the video player
loop           New loop Specifies that the video will start over again, every time it is finished
muted        New muted Specifies that the audio output of the video should be muted
poster        New URL Specifies an image to be shown while the video is downloading, or until the user hits the play button
preload      New auto metadata none Specifies if and how the author thinks the video should be loaded when the page  loads
src            New URL Specifies the URL of the video file
width          New pixels Sets the width of the video player

Global Attributes

The <video> tag also supports the Global attributes in HTML5.


Event Attributes

The <video> tag also supports the Global Event Attributes in HTML5.