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By simonbingham
Submitted: Feb 07 2013 / 08:44

The other day I ran into an issue where my JavaScript wasn't working as intended. I needed my code to execute after the page had finished loading (including images). It turns out that, in jQuery, if you want your code to execute after the page has finished loading (including images) you should be using $(window).load instead of $(document).ready.
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