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I got a script that needs "onload=init;" after it to work but I also need onload=pop-up; the onload call functions. Any thoughts or seggestions would greatly be apreciated. Thanks.
kazecoder msg:363982 7:44 pm on Feb 28, 2005 (gmt 0)
I don't think you can do multiple onload()'s but there are other events you can use. Try maybe using something like onfocus but the downfall of that is if they go to another window and back if will trigger that even again. But you could probably script something to only do it once. rocknbil msg:363983 12:50 am on Mar 1, 2005 (gmt 0)
Sure you can,
<body onload="action1(); action2(); action3();">
but I can guarantee you whatever you're doing with it it's not likely your visitors will like it much, especially by the description. :-)
I've always wanted to do
<body onload="humbleThankYou(); serveVisitorDrink();">
But I don't think the technology is there yet.