I have a hard time getting my head around how image preloaders work in java-script. So if someone could could explain how they work with an example that would help a lot. no jquery...
There are numerous plug-ins to preload images, but is there a way to preload javascript? My application uses a big js file and it take about 5 seconds or so to load before the page shows... so, is there a way I can display a "loading message"...
I have been looking into Preloading images with JQuery and came across  this Preloading images with jQuery  Now can someone tell me, do I have to call the preloaded images in any way? I assume this creates a img and then the browser has it cached (at...
I am trying to figure out why the classic way of image preloading before drawing in canvas is firing a "Type error" on chrome.  Let's see the situation:  I try to preload images in 3 different ways:   creating a new Image() instance creat...
I have an <img src="..." /> tag with a default src set. I'd like to have jQuery make an ajax request to get another image and when this new image is fully loaded, set the src of the <img ... /> tag so there's no flicker. I...
I previously asked a question on how to hover on a small image and load an additional image to the right side of the page.  I have everything working correctly, but now I want to preload  images.  How can I preload an image using JQuery so that I can...
I am aware that javascript can make use of the Image() object to prime images before output, however I need the same functionality for SVGs. I don't want to be loading it into an "img" tag but rather building the SVG markup in javascript...
I have small animation using javascript and css. I made one sprite png file, composed of 24 frames, and put that image as background-image in div which has height and width of one frame.  When animation starts, javascript function is changing backgro...
I have about 30-40 images that I'm currently attempting to reload. However, I still get this "flicker" when I hover over a image. The images disappear for a couple of milliseconds and then comes back.          var images = new Array()...
When researching Javascript preloaders we get a bunch of different suggestions. Here are two alternatives:  Alternative 1:  var image_paths = ['images/a.jpg', 'images/b.jpg',...];  function preLoad(paths) {     for(var i = 0; i < p...

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