The window.onload problem revisited

Peter Michaux has written a detailed post on the window.onload problem: The goal of unobtrusive JavaScript programming it to separate the JavaScript behavior from from the HTML content and is analogous to the goal of unobtrusive CSS design to separate the CSS presentation from the HTML content. Separation of presentation and content has been possible […]

Peter Michaux has written a detailed post on the window.onload problem:

The goal of unobtrusive JavaScript programming it to separate the JavaScript behavior from from the HTML content and is analogous to the goal of unobtrusive CSS design to separate the CSS presentation from the HTML content. Separation of presentation and content has been possible for years but there is one wrinkle standing in the way of completely separating the behavior. This article is about previously suggested techniques to enable this separation, their problems and a new option that combines the strengths of the current techniques with an extra bonus into a new robust solution.

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Java, Script, Javascript

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