|How to display “loading…” on document title while page loading?|
| by ms-access in Programming Languages|
Im looking for a jquery code that replaces "loading..." with the
document title and when the page is loaded it just removes and the default
title comes back. Haha i know it sounds a bit crazy, but just like everyone
says, "theres always a way". Thanks for the help! :)
|defer loading elements until Flash gallery’s images from XML file finish loading|
| by Vinicios in Web Design|
How would you defer loading of other graphics on the page until after
the images in a Flash gallery’s images.xml file are finished
Is there any way to detect for this, or would I only
be able to check if the flash swf object is finished loading?
I'm pretty sure the swf object would be loaded/ready as with
document.getElementById('flashobject').onload = f
|Entity Framework in n-layered application - Lazy loading vs. Eager loading patterns|
| by Brainonska511 in Coding|
This questions doesn't let me sleep as it's since one year I'm trying to
find a solution but... still nothing happened in my mind. Probably you can
help me, because I think this is a very common issue.
n-layered application: presentation layer, business logic layer, model
layer. Suppose for simplicity that my application contains, in the
presentation layer, a form that allows
|New York City Parking Regulations for Loading & Unloading in a Hotel Loading Zone|
| by got_bainne in Legal|
New York city is infamous for its steep parking ticket fines, strict
enforcement and sometimes incomprehensible parking regulations. Hotel
parking rules are no exception. The seemingly simple task of parking in a
hotel loading zone requires an understanding of the city's often puzzling
parking vocabulary, and infringements will generally not be treated
lightly. The LawNew York City parking code
|Android, how to disable the showing “loading…” when loading a gridview?|
| by jason166 in Programming Languages|
When my gridview loading content, it will always show a "loading..."
string in grid item.
How can I disable it? so I want to keep
the grid as original style when loading something.
|EF: Lazy loading, eager loading, and “enumerating the enumerable”|
| by VulgarDisplay in Coding|
I find I'm confused about lazy loading, etc.
these two statements equivalent:
(1) Lazy loading:
_flaggedDates = context.FlaggedDates.Include("scheduledSchools")
(2) Eager loading:
_flaggedDates = context.FlaggedDates;
|Entity Framework - what's the difference between using Include/eager loading and lazy loading?|
| by luger in Coding|
I've been trying to familiarize myself with the Entity Framework. Most
of it seems straight forward, but I'm a bit confused on the difference
between eager loading with the Include method and default lazy loading.
Both seem like they load related entities, so on the surface it looks like
they do the same thing. What am I missing?
|Jquery CSSlider loading gif freeze…not loading the plugin slideshow?|
| by nobodyzzz in Programming Languages|
I have recently installed a Jquery plugin which I purchased onto my web
server but when I try running the plugin on my page it just freezes on the
loading gif image.....I have checked all paths to css, Jquery, images
etc... and just can't seem to find the problem I decided after beating my
brains for about 4 hours I need help, so I'm hoping someone here can
resolve my problem. a link to my web
I've seen a few issues with this before, but within a masonry script I'm
not sure if I'm on the right track.
Result: the link opens an
entirely new page, when what I'm trying to do is load the content into the
<div id="content" role="main">
<?php if (have_posts())
|Is there a canonical way to present a “loading” pop-up for a slow loading web page?|
| by DarkKnightDude in Web Design|
I have a web app that works in a simple way:
User clicks a button on page 1. This submits a POST request for page
Page 2 takes 1-2 minutes to retrieve data on the
Page 2 back end sends the computed HTML to the
browser, where it takes a while (10-30 seconds) to render.
obvious usability problem here is that the