Am I right that the iframe is loaded in the separate thread and so its possible that the alert may not fire because iframe content may load before we assign onload event handler in the script running the main thread? onTouchStart. onViewResize. Start API Reference ui.iframe Events. onBeforeLoad. fires before HTML page starts to load. no matter what, content gets loaded into the iframe, even if it is a blank page. it will still get headers and return a statuscode of 200 and fire the load event. im using this solution on a page of my own, i just cant link to it due to it being within an admin area. it waits till my file is. Before it reaches this code the iframe must have already been loaded. Try to set the source of the iframe after you have set the iframe load event handler as below. And again, this will only work if the frameB iframe element has loaded (or atleast gotten to the document.ready event) so you can select its elements. 31 Filtering Iframe Content Using Jquery - Htmlgoodies Filtering IFrame Content using jQuery. The iFrame load() Event. Just as we must wait for the main document to finish loading before we can manipulate the DOM I have noticed that in firefox, if you call dialog("open") and the element inside the dialog is an iframe, the load event gets called each time (only in Firefox).
Here is some example code. it works, but I see the IFRAME is loaded twice (the alert also shows twice). If possible, youd be better off handling the load event within the iframes document and calling out to a function in the containing document.jquery iframe before load control. Only load event when the iframe loading finished. It triggers both for successful load and in case of an error. Thats for historical reasons. Summary.Tutorial map. Comments. read this before commenting jQuery iframe load() event? Does anyone know if there is such a thing? I have a iframe thats being inserted with.If possible, youd be better off handling the load event within the iframes document and calling out to a function in the containing document.