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  1. BACKGROUND: I have an HTML document whose <html> element is tagged with an event icon (EV) when viewed in Firefox's Inspector panel. The <html> has no properties of its own. When one clicks on the event tag one can read the following: The above code appears to refer to a Matomo script placed inside the documents <html> tag at the bottom of the page. The phrase itself is followed by two buttons called Bubbling and Dom2. When one clicks on either a drop-down panel appears with the following code function af() { var al; m = true; aa("unload"); if (r) { do { al = new Date() } while (al.getTimeAlias() < r) } } QUESTION: Can you explain this phenomenon? What is going on? Roddy
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