What does the following code do?
1. When a click occurs on the element the trigger() method will be activated.
2. It initiates a non-bubbling version of the click event on the element.
3. It sets up an event trigger on the element. When a click occurs, the trigger is activated.
4. It simulates a click on the element and runs all the event handlers associated with it.
5. It activates a click on the element and then creates an event trigger.