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DOM issues with reloading jQuery, AJAX

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I am working on a site that is using AJAX for page loading.
problem is, some pages have js elements that need to be call after the DOM is loaded, for example: Google maps. If I do a page refresh, all works fine.

Is there a way I can reload a page and scripts into the DOM without actually refreshing the page itself?
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You could try calling the $(window).load(...) function.
Could you provide any piece of the code ?
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If I do a page refresh, all works fine.

look like your browser cache some external resources and your page load quickly

Is there a way I can reload a page and scripts into the DOM without actually refreshing the page itself?

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no, all part of your code which need to wait for DOM loaded should be reside in an or multiple init function so you can call :

$(document).ready(function() {
    init1();
    init2();
    init3();
    initN();
});

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