I want to call a function after a document loads, but the document may or may not have finished loading yet.  If it did load, then I can just call the function. If it did NOT load, then I can attach an event listener. I can't add an eventlisten...
I'm using Google Ajax API and they suggest I use google.setOnLoadCallback() to do various things related to their API but I'm using also jQuery's $(document).ready() to do other JS things, not related to Google API.  Is it safe to mix the...
Is there any event handler before onLoad/onPageShow? The trouble with onLoad is if there is any change in display, the page will show up without change until it is fully loaded, then the script will run. What is the best way to make sure it will run...
Essentially what I'd like to do is something to the effect of this:  window.location.href = "some_location"; window.onload = function() {   alert("I'm the new location and I'm loaded!"); };   Is there any way to have a cal...
I have a script that is being inserted dynamically via another script. The code in that script is wrapped inside the $(window).load() event because it requires the images on the page to have all loaded. In some browsers it works fine, but in others i...
So I am loading multiple images onto multiple canvases basically (one image per canvas/ctx - its a slideshow). I want to make sure that each image is loaded before it attempts to draw the image onto the canvas.  Here is the code...   In Example 1 i&#...
I am using the following script to redirect visitors of a page to another page on first visit, however it loads the index.html page first, and then triggers the redirect. Can anyone point me in the direction of how I might trigger this script before...
In a thirth party framework, A html page can be modified by providing javascript code that will be added by the framework to the window onload. From their content can be written to the AddIn div element.  How could I inject a angular application into...
I had my code something like this:    window.onload = function() {     var x = document.createElement("INPUT");     x.setAttribute("type", "text");     x.setAttribute("value", "");     document.body.appendChild...
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...

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