by Mattara
 Emeritus Sci Advisor PF Gold P: 10,424 Couldn't you just define a JavaScript function inside a script tag in the header, then call that function from your onLoad event? - Warren
 Sci Advisor P: 1,132 I'm confused as to what you want to do. The idea that i have is that all you want to do is load a number functions in sequence, but what is the difficulty in this? The code you posted, with the function start(), would accomplish this. Just copy the code from each of your onloads and place them inside functions defined in the html head, then call that function onload, like:   But this is pretty much the same as you posted, so i can't see what is exactly challenging you at this point. Do you want a timer delay between the function calls? Do you want to avoid placing the onloads inside functions?
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 Sci Advisor P: 1,132 Then use setTimeout to implement a delay between function calls. Nothing very complex, like:  
 P: 1 Just use toload_a('Script name'); to add functions in toload_e(). toload_e() will start on the page load.