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Preload Page Contents percentage counter.

Posted on 2009-06-27
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I have a page that contains a lot of images, and therefore, I don't want the user to wait all this long without showing him the progress of how much has been loaded from that page for him in percentage.

How can I let the page (on loading) show the user only a text that says (loaded ... 56%) or so, and when the whole page is loaded with all its images, then the page suddenly appears with all its contents, and the percentage text is goone?
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It says it's compatible with IE 5 and above, and I run it on an IE 7, but it's not preloading, the page gets stuck at:
Please be patient while some images
are being preloaded...
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I'll point you to another one.  I have not used this one but the cooments seem like it may be good.

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http://davidwalsh.name/mootools-image-preloading-progress-bar
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Did you ever get this question solved?
 
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