I am trying to make a webpage that, when it starts loading, uses an Interval to start a timer.  When the page fully loads, it stops the timer,  but 99% of the time i get time measurements of 0.00 or 0.01 even if it takes longer.  Occasionally, it s...
Are there any libraries for in-browser javascript that provide the same flexibility/modularity/ease of use as Node's require?  To provide more detail: the reason require is so good is that it:   Allows code to be dynamically loaded from other l...
I am looking for a way to implement this for as many browsers as possible:  var image = new Image(); image.addEventListener("load", function() {                                alert("loaded"); }, false); image.src = "image_url.jpg...
How can I load an external JavaScript file using a bookmarklet?  This would overcome the URL length limitations of IE and generally keep things cleaner....
I use dynamic script loading to reduce the duration of the initial page load. To ensure that the functions and objects defined by a script are accessible, I need to ensure that the script has been fully loaded.  I have developed my own Javascript lib...
How can I detect when an image has finished loading be it from the server or the browser cache? I want to load various images in the same <img/> tag and detect when the loading of a new images has finished.  Thank you....
I am making a website for my friends band. I would like to know if its possible (apart from using Ajax) to keep audio playing after clicking on a link to another page on the site?  I currently have it set up using Ajax to reload the content, but I am...
Hi I just wondered if this is possible. I have quite a few images on my website and I have made them as small file size as possible. Some of the images are used as a slideshow but there are all loaded in one go. Is there a way using javascript to mak...
Here is my attempt at the ability to test if all images are loaded:  for (var i = 0; i < imgCount; i ++) {     loadArr[i] = false     imgArr[i] = new Image()     imgArr[i].src='img'+i+'.png'     imgArr[i].onload = function() {...
I am using the google web translate element on my page. For those that don't know what it is you can find it here: http://translate.google.com/translate_tools  It loads on the page using javascript. I have it embedded on the top of my page which...

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