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Javascript events image load

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Is an event fired when a pages finishes loading all it's images?

if so, which is it, and does it work on netscape and ie?

Best reagards,
Carlos Pedro
Sep 22 '08 #1
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Sister Ray <ca********@gmail.comwrites:
Is an event fired when a pages finishes loading all it's images?
onload.
if so, which is it, and does it work on netscape and ie?
yes.

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Sep 22 '08 #2

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the way i formulated the question was not the most appropriate, i'me
receiving html from a httpxmlrequest and that html has images, i want
to know when those images finish loading.

Thanks, best regards.
Sep 23 '08 #3

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each image element has a complete property, that allow to check if
it's has been fully loaded or not, however i'm working on a project
for pocket IE, and that propert doesn't exist there. any alternatives?
Sep 23 '08 #4

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