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I need a simple script for Netscape and IE (4.X and up) that will make all the images on a page load before they are displayed.
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rafistern earned 150 total points
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Put this in the header of the page.

<script language=javascript>
names=new Array("image1.gif","anotherImg.jpg","yetanother.gif");
imgs=new Array();

for(i=0;i<names.length;i++){
  imgs[i]=new Image();
  imgs[i].src=name[i];
}
</script>

where names contains all the image names included on the page.

This script will work on NS2+ or IE3+.
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by:Bishma
ID: 1839395
Not exactly what I wanted, but it works.
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