It's age-old common sense to start manipulating the DOM only once it's ready and we can be certain all the elements are available, and in the post-jQuery days we're all using the DOMContentLoaded event for this.  Now web components (espec...
I have some JavaScript in the HEAD tag that dynamically inserts an asynchronously loading script tag before the last script on the page (that has been currently parsed). This dynamically included script tag contains JavaScript that needs to parse the...
'turbolinks:load' is not getting triggered on the directly loaded pages but, on the pages loaded  with turbolinks 'turbolinks:load' event is working fine.  <!DOCTYPE html> <html>   <head>     <script type="tex...
In the newly released Safari 10.1 (macOS Sierra), the browser seems to fire the load events (document.DOMContentLoaded and window.load) before flexbox is done calculating widths and heights.  I have a script that calculates the height of an element i...
I'm making a small javascript framework, for a variety of reasons, including learning.  Hence, I wanted to implement "document ready" functionality, and so I went to check how jQuery fakes DOMContentLoaded on IE < 9.  Problem is, it do...
In the following document,  <!doctype html> <html>   <head>     <script language="javascript" src="example.js"></script>   </head>   <body>   </body> </html>   Where example.js is:...
I have a script on a page which is working most of the time but not always, and I'd like to know why.  This script is imported via:  <script src="script.js" async></script>` tag in `<head>   And the content of the script...
I'm trying to play with TensorFlow.js's tf.browser.fromPixels() function. Unfortunately, I get the following error:  backend_webgl.ts:309 Uncaught Error: The DOM is not ready yet. Please call tf.browser.fromPixels() once the DOM is ready. One...
I'm trying to append an iframe element into document.body as soon as possible.  Error reports are coming in across all 4 major browsers (Chrome, Safari, FF, IE --various versions), we see document.body is null.    I think this happens when my JS...
Say I have the following two script tags somewhere on my page:  <script>     window.addEventListener("DOMContentLoaded",         function()         {             console.log("DOM loaded");         }     ); </script> ... &l...

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