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Tuesday, 8 September 2015

What are differences between $(document).ready and $(window).load?


What are differences between $(document).ready and $(window).load?

$(document).ready();
$(document).ready(function() {
 /** Add your code here **/
            


/** Add your code here **/

 console.log("HTML Document is fully load. HTML, javaScript and CSS is fully loaded.");
});

JavaScript code written inside $(document).ready will be called when HTML Document is fully loaded. It means JavaScript code will be called just after HTML, JavaScript & CSS is fully loaded.



$(window).load();
$(window).load(function() { 
 /** Add your code here **/
            


/** Add your code here **/


 console.log("Web page fully Loaded. HTML, Javascript, CSS, Images, Iframes and objects are fully loaded.");
});


JavaScript code written inside $(window).load will be called when Web page fully Loaded. It means JavaScript code will be called just after HTML, Javascript, CSS, Images, Iframes and objects are fully loaded.

Following document ready have same meaning and work as same.
$(document).ready(function(){

});
OR
$(function(){

});
OR
$(document).on('ready', function(){
})



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