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Hi,

I'm programming in asp.net. I have controls in pages and pages in
masterpages.
I would like to use onLoad event when control/page/masterpage is loading.

How to add page load event in page to _not_ override onLoad event of master
page ?

I can use jQuery.

Thanks for help

Oct 29 '08 #1
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On Oct 28, 9:52*pm, <ambroz...@poczta.onet.plwrote:
Hi,

I'm programming in asp.net. I have controls in pages and pages in
Rearranging code more likely.
masterpages.
I would like to use onLoad event when control/page/masterpage is loading.

How to add page load event in page to _not_ override onLoad event of master
page ?
Who knows? Ask in an ASP.NET group.
>
I can use jQuery.
I knew it.
>
Thanks for help
You are going to need it.
Oct 29 '08 #2

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On 2008-10-29 02:52, am*******@poczta.onet.pl wrote:
I have controls in pages and pages in masterpages. I would like to
use onLoad event when control/page/masterpage is loading.

How to add page load event in page to _not_ override onLoad event of
master page ?
I have no idea what you're talking about, but you can attach several
handlers to an event ("load" in this case) with addEventListener() or
attachEvent(). I'm sure JQuery provides a cross-browser interface for that.
- Conrad
Oct 29 '08 #3

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On Oct 28, 11:21*pm, Conrad Lender <crlen...@yahoo.comwrote:
On 2008-10-29 02:52, ambroz...@poczta.onet.pl wrote:
I have controls in pages and pages in masterpages. I would like to
use onLoad event when control/page/masterpage is loading.
How to add page load event in page to _not_ override onLoad event of
master page ?

I have no idea what you're talking about, but you can attach several
handlers to an event ("load" in this case) with addEventListener() or
attachEvent(). I'm sure JQuery provides a cross-browser interface for that.
Of course it does. And like everything else in jQuery, it relies on
browser sniffing and is outrageously inefficient. You stopped a
sentence too late.
Oct 29 '08 #4

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