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Often enough, especially when dragging stuff around, you want to avoid triggering the click event after releasing the mouse. Since browsers don't do this natively, here's a simple solution
Some improvements to AccessifyHTML5
Passing messages between browser windows of the same domain
<a> element to access and modify components of an URL