Portfolio Archive - LIDO
So, when the jQuery object is ready, so is our code. Summary. There is no doubt that the jQuery document .ready() function is super-useful. There is however, more than one way to invoke this functionality. document.ready is a jQuery event, it runs when the DOM is ready, e.g. all elements are there to be found/used, but not necessarily all the content. window.onload fires later (or at the same time in the worst/failing cases) when images and such are loaded.
jQuery to change the text of my username and password boxes so that they do not need a label (inside