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Therefore, the script needs a trigger — something to get it going when the time is right. That time, it turns out, is after the entire HTML document has loaded. As you learn in Chapter 8, the browser fires what is known as an event immediately upon completion of loading the page and whatever content it may contain. For example, an image in the page is downloaded separately from the HTML page, but the page’s onload event fires only after the HTML text and image(s) have arrived in the browser. To get the script to run after the page has loaded, the script includes one statement that instructs the browser to run a specific routine whenever the page receives that event.
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