Run JavaScript after page loaded completely using jQuery

This jQuery tutorial, we will discuss how to run javascript only after the entire page has been loaded using jQuery.

Recently in one of the assignments, I wanted to call a JavaScript function after the page fully loaded. This thing we were trying inside a SharePoint web part page, where we were adding the code using a script editor web part.

We will discuss how to run JavaScript using jQuery after page load.

Run JavaScript after page loaded completely using jQuery

There is a difference between DOM is ready and when the whole page finished loading. Once the whole page finished loading you will be able to access images everything.

Our requirement is to run the code after the page has loaded.

We usually write document.ready() function which usually gets called immediately after DOM elements is ready.

By using jQuery and JavaScript, we will be able to resolve the issue.

<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript" src=""></script>

$(window).bind("load", function() {
 // code here

Above approach will surly work but you can try the below code also.

$(window).load(function() {
// your code hereā€¦

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I hope this will be helpful to run JavaScript after page loaded completely using jQuery.

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