[thelist] Stylesheet switching Jitters

Chris.Marsh at Callserve.com Chris.Marsh at Callserve.com
Tue Mar 8 11:08:40 CST 2005



> Is there any other way to get the onload event processed 
> before the page 
> is rendered in white?
> Other information:  The flash is only noticable when the next 
> page has a 
> new graphic which must be downloaded.  It's as if the graphic 
> download 
> gives IE enough time to render the page before processing the 
> window.onload event.

A possible workaround would be to have an absolutely positioned div
displayed above (on the z axis) everything else, obscuring it from view. The
function that you call on page load should be amended so that the last thing
that happens is that it removes or hides this div. At least then you could
control what the user sees.

I haven't been following this thread exhaustively so please forgive me if
this has already been suggested, but why don't you do this on the server? It
would then work seamlessly and not rely on javascript.


Chris Marsh

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