I want to call some jQuery function targeting div with table. That table is populated with ng-repeat.    When I call it on   $(document).ready()   I have no result.    Also   $scope.$on('$viewContentLoaded', myFunc);   doesn't help.  Is...
I have been having a problem lately with my JavaScript CODE and taking a portion of my code out of my $(document).ready() and putting it within $(window).load() fixed the problem.   Now I understand that window.load is fired just after document.rea...
I am using RequireJS and need to initialize something on DOM ready. Now, RequireJS provides the domReady plugin, but we already have jQuery's $(document).ready(), which is available to me since I have required jQuery.  So I have got two options:...
I'd like to change the src attribute of images before they are requested by the browser, the aim being to reduce the size of the images using a PHP script like Timthumb. Using jQuery, I thought $(document).ready would do the trick:  $(document).r...
I've run into an issue where my app lives in an iframe and it's being called from an external domain.  IE9 won't fire the load event when the iframe loads properly so I think I'm stuck using setTimeout to poll the page.  Anyway, I wan...
As stated in this thread: window.onload vs $(document).ready(). The window.onload should occur later than the $(document).ready() but in this simple code the log would show that the onload event is executed before the ready event? What I'm I miss...
I'm able to dynamically call page2.php inside a div in page1.php without page reload by 2 js functions written in the header section of page1.php, but the issue is that after I call page2.php I want to click a link inside it to load page3.php in...
Simple question (as stated in the title): Is jQuery.ready() valid when used on iframe.contentDocument?  And the complex question:  I have to hook a keyup event on an input field in a CMS, hence I have no control over the HTML, only the script.  The i...
Why does click event not firing in this case, although DOM appears to be loaded ('ready' shows in the console)?  $(document).ready(function() {     console.log("ready!"); });  $("p").click(function() {     alert("You click...
This is most likely already a question somewhere, but I cannot find it, as EVERY single search turns up jQuery questions.  I'm looking for a proven method to bind to the document being ready, much like jQuery's $(document).ready(). However, t...

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