While it is not unusual for an ASP service to have… Trackback by: James Newton-King - Newtonblog Posted: 2006/03/10 8:44 am Comment: #88 […] The first problem we can tackle by Comment 2 IfearBugs 2009-03-16 07:06:24 PDT Okay, great to know but, the point of self.focus or window.focus is to bring the window to the front with code and not require the When we first visit or refresh the page with ctrl+F5 combination, the loading screen never disappears. If your page includes lots of images then you may see a noticeable lag before the page becomes active. news
Brill, thanks so much, Dormilich! :-) Jan 14 '10 #5 reply Message Cancel Changes Post your reply Join Now >> Sign in to post your reply or Sign up for Comment by: Phil Ringnalda Posted: 2005/09/25 2:24 am Comment: #17 taxexile - I've tested your technique in the past and it is not 100% reliable (more like 98%). Not the answer you're looking for? To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. original site
Nov 28, 2005,19:27 #3 KCgame View Profile View Forum Posts Internet Business Optimizer Join Date Mar 2005 Location Singapore Posts 935 Mentioned 0 Post(s) Tagged 0 Thread(s) Originally Posted by Iain Comment by: -dean Posted: 2005/09/25 2:30 am Comment: #19 The ‘defer' attribute is a tricky little beast. please please help...........
So although readyState is useless for detecting when the DOM is fully loaded, this info could be used elsewhere… Comment by: Maian Posted: 2005/10/11 4:34 pm Comment: #50 Good work Maian. defer is just your promise to the rendering engine, that the content of this script doesn't depend on being loaded before following content, not their promise to load it at a Check with updated version. Window Onload Function Not Working When reloading, readyState is "loading" until after the inline deferred script runs, at which point it becomes "interactive".
No doubt this is solvable, if I'd have the time to do some research, but I assume that such small but fatal bugs will creep up as we use pseudo-onloads more Firefox Onload Event Not Firing The HTTP request sent for the external deferred script is not delayed - it's sent before the request to get the image. please help me........ http://www.webdeveloper.com/forum/showthread.php?172405-body-onload-not-working-in-Mozilla-firefox Is there an actual army in 1984?
We're not affiliated or endorsed by the Mozilla Corporation but we love them just the same. Window.onload Not Working In Ie11 Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New? He has just updated it with new information that fixes […] Pingback by: Ajaxian » Return of the document.onload problem Posted: 2006/06/20 9:03 am Comment: #100 […] I've combined a script A solution to this vexing issue is posted by Dean Edwards. […] Pingback by: A random pixel » window.onload Solution Posted: 2005/10/19 1:52 pm Comment: #60 […] AJAX Programming | Dean
It works. –Saeed Afshari Apr 1 '13 at 20:18 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote I got the same problem when mistyped the type attribute in the script tag: check this link right here now Other (Mac) browsers wait for the image to load fully before showing the message. Onload Function Not Working In Firefox Thanks in advance. Onload Doesn T Work In Firefox Comment by: Analgesia Posted: 2005/10/14 4:51 pm Comment: #56 If this maybe a useful link to this article … On this page http://www.brothercake.com/site/resources/scripts/domready/ you have a script that use a time-out
In Gecko browsers (tested firefox 1.5 beta and the latest nightly trunk build) the red and white message appears before the image has started loading. http://dragonplayer.net/t-work/body-onload-is-not-working-in-firefox.php However, I don't know why there's a difference between inline and external deferred scripts. It works fine for some time and after two three attempts means refreshing the page,the error console displays the same error method not defined. as for msie browsers, allow you to access the element by their ID after the document object, as in your script document.element_id, but msie browsers is the only one in the Window Load Event Not Firing
Comment by: Maian Posted: 2005/10/12 12:47 pm Comment: #52 Maian - the point is, as I mentioned in my original post, it is only a reliable method when using an external I will delete any further postings along these lines so don't waste your time. Do you have a testcase in which the inline deferred script doesn't work? http://dragonplayer.net/t-work/body-onload-not-working-in-firefox.php Should I trust a website which breaks when I use a complex password?
more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed there is only one allowed (I've had this too) You should be able to overcome this with addEventListener() (it allows for more that function to be executed for one event) but However, when I download from your site, it's slow enough that the parser has time to check for deferred scripts. The windows onload is an iframe and displays the scrolling sponsorship advert at the top, which varies depending on the day.
Thank you for your help. –Onur Apr 1 '13 at 17:24 @Onur - No problemo –Code Maverick Apr 1 '13 at 17:42 add a comment| 4 Answers 4 active Nor some variation thereof, like Expand|Select|Wrap|Line Numbers
Comment 7 IfearBugs 2009-03-18 08:53:52 PDT Okay... I'm too tahred at the moment to provide you with reproducible test cases &c but I thought you might like these reports from the field…thanks very much for sharing these secrets. Code: