A function can be executed when the page loaded successfully. This can be used for various purposes like checking for cookies or setting the correct version of the page depending on the user browser.
Method 1: Using onload method: The body of a webpage contains the actual content that is to be displayed. The onload event occurs whenever the element has finished loading. This can be used with the body element to execute a script after the webpage has completely loaded. The function that is required to be executed is given here.
Method 2: The window object represents the browser window. The onload property processes load events after the element has finished loading. This is used with the window element to execute a script after the webpage has completely loaded. The function that is required to be executed is assigned as the handler function to this property. It will run the function as soon as the webpage has been loaded.