jQuery $(window).load

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Although $(document).ready is incredibly useful, it occurs during page render while objects are still downloading. You can reduce CPU utilization during the page load by binding your jQuery functions to the $(window).load event, which occurs after all objects called by the HTML (including content) have downloaded.

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  1. $(window).load(function(){
  2. // jQuery functions to initialize after the page has loaded.
  3. });

URL: http://www.artzstudio.com/2009/04/jquery-performance-rules/

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