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    detect div content change

    Is it possible to detect DIV content change ?


    For example:
    I have a div ...

    <div id="mydiv">

    </div>


    Whenever a new content is loaded into this div I want to call a javascript function ...something like this ..



    <div id="mydiv" onload="myFunc()">

    </div>


    However this does not work.


    What is the correct way to do this ?

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    no. divs (or more specifically their content) are not loaded, so they have no onload event. events like onchange apply to form elements. You are better calling myFunc as a result of the function that loads the content into your div

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    Quote Originally Posted by xelawho View Post
    no. divs (or more specifically their content) are not loaded, so they have no onload event. events like onchange apply to form elements. You are better calling myFunc as a result of the function that loads the content into your div
    not understood. Can you please elaborate the BLUE part more

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    something happens to load the content into your div, no? so when that happens, call myFunc

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