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Ajax problem

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03-31-2012, 07:52 PM
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Hi,

When you load different pictures different times with ajax() jQuery function into some element, is it normal that each time you can see for a fraction of a second the pictures already loaded the previous time ?

This happens even when I empty the DOM element before loading new pictures. The new pictures load, but before they do, it is the previous pictures who load again for a very brief moment. Why is that ?

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This happens if you do poor coding. do you have a link so that we can have a look?

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This is because your javascript is being executed after the DOM loads.

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