Menu
×
   ❮     
HTML CSS JAVASCRIPT SQL PYTHON JAVA PHP HOW TO W3.CSS C C++ C# BOOTSTRAP REACT MYSQL JQUERY EXCEL XML DJANGO NUMPY PANDAS NODEJS R TYPESCRIPT ANGULAR GIT POSTGRESQL MONGODB ASP AI GO KOTLIN SASS VUE DSA GEN AI SCIPY AWS CYBERSECURITY DATA SCIENCE
     ❯   

HTML ontimeupdate Attribute


Definition and Usage

The ontimeupdate attribute defines a script to run when the playing position of an audio/video has changed.

This event is invoked by:

  • Playing the audio/video
  • Moving the playback position (like when the user fast forwards to a different point in the audio/video)

Tip: This timeupdate event is often used together with the currentTime property of the Audio/Video Object, which returns the current position of the audio/video playback, in seconds.


Applies to

The ontimeupdate attribute is part of the Event Attributes, and can be used on the following elements:

Elements Event
<audio> timeupdate
<video> timeupdate

Examples

Audio Example

Run "myFunction" when the position of the audio changes:

<audio ontimeupdate="myFunction()">
Try it Yourself »

Video Example

Run "myFunction" when the position of the video changes:

<video ontimeupdate="myFunction()">
Try it Yourself »

Browser Support

The ontimeupdate attribute has the following browser support for each element:

Element
audio Yes 9.0 Yes Yes Yes
video Yes 9.0 Yes Yes Yes