How can I determine exactly which javascript or jquery command is being fired when I click certain items on my page?

Page: http://development.missionfamily.org/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=599
See screenshot to understand which part of the page I am refering to.

The four large square thumbnails you see are a commonly used script called Owl Carousel.
It works by clicking the square bullets underneath or by clicking and dragging the thumbnails.
I need some jquery or javascript that can capture and return the precise javascript code that is executed when the click or drag events occurs.

thanks
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badwolfffAsked:
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Julian HansenCommented:
If you have FF with Firebug and you open the console (right click page and Inspect Element) - on the right hand side there is a tabbed window with the following tabs
Style
Computed
Layout
Dom
Events

Click events to see what is loaded for different Items

Chrome there is a similar window "Event Listeners"

Start with those.
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badwolfffAuthor Commented:
A little while back I can't remember where but I saw on a site some sort of jquery event catcher or listener which caught the on click or on drag even and told exactly what code was being executed in the console log. Do you by any chance know how to do that?
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Julian HansenCommented:
You mean something like this - when you click on an item it shows what events are bound to that event, in the console window.
  $(document).on('click', function() {
    console.log($._data($(this)[0], 'events'));
  });

Open in new window

Working sample here
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badwolfffAuthor Commented:
Will check today
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