jQuery pageload Event
Alert some text when the external page has been successfully loaded and inserted into the DOM:
alert("pageload event fired!");
Definition and Usage
The pageload event was deprecated in jQuery version 1.4.0. Use the pagecontainerload event instead.
The pageload event is triggered after the page has been successfully loaded and inserted into the DOM.
- pagebeforeload - triggered before any load request is made
- pageloadfailed - triggered if the page load request fails
Note: These events are used for external pages - Whenever an external page is loaded into the DOM, 2 events are fired. The first is pagebeforeload. The 2nd event will either be pageload or pageloadfailed.
|function(event,data)||Required. Specifies the function to run when the pageload event occurs.
The function has two optional parameters:
The event object - which can contain any jQuery event properties (e.g. event.target, event.type, etc.) See jQuery Events Reference for more information
The data object - contains the following:
Try it Yourself - Examples
A demonstration of
A demonstration of pageload and pageloadfailed.
The event object
Using the event.type property to return the triggered event type.
The data object
Using data.url to return the URL of the external page.