Element: popoverhide event

Fired on the popover when it is dismissed.

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The popoverhide event of the Element interface fires on a popover element when it is dismissed.


Use the event name in methods like addEventListener(), or set the equivalent event handler property.

addEventListener("popoverhide", (event) => {});
onpopuphide = (event) => {};


const popover = document.getElementById('my-popover');
const popoverToggleBtn = document.getElementById('my-popover-btn');

// Event listener version
popover.addEventListener('popoverhide', () => {
popoverToggleBtn.textContent = 'Show popover';

// Event handler property version
popover.onpopoverhide = () => {
popoverToggleBtn.textContent = 'Show popover';

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