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Jquery success image loaded

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Hi E's, I have this code to know if the image have any error when loaded:
jQuery(function($) { 
 $("#logo img,#home img,#contact img").error(function() { 
var which_one = $(this).attr("src");
alert(which_one+" fail"); 
});
});

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If I want to know if the image was successfully load, what changes I have to do?

Th best regards, JC
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Question by:Pedro Chagas
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Use the load event handler:
jQuery(function ($) {
    $("#logo img,#home img,#contact img")
    .load(function(){ 
        var which_one = $(this).attr("src");
        alert(which_one + " success");
    })
    .error(function () {
        var which_one = $(this).attr("src");
        alert(which_one + " fail");
    });
});

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by:Pedro Chagas
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Muito obrigado.
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