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Can PHP detect page load or image load?

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I know this can be done with JavaScript, but can PHP detect when a page finishes loading? Once it has confirmed the page is loaded, it would execute an event.

What about detecting when an image has finished loading? Is that possible?

Thanks in advance.
Apr 11 '10 #1
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a) not that I know. maybe you can detect, whether there’s no transmission anymore (the file may be locked while in use).
b) events (in the common sense) have nothing to do with the server
c) cf. a)
Apr 11 '10 #2
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Thanks, Dormilich. It didn't seem like it was possible after thoroughly researching this for some time now on the internet.
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