Thanks, Walter. It helps.

On Dec 13, 3:18 am, Walter Lee Davis <> wrote:
> Try loading at least Prototype up in the head of your page, and moving  
> your dom:loaded observer up there right after it. That should get the  
> effect you're after, where the script fires before the page is  
> visible. Depending on what else you have going on in the way of  
> external scripts, you may need to move them up before that point, but  
> you should be able to do all sorts of things before the page becomes  
> fully visible.
> Walter
> On Dec 12, 2008, at 3:59 PM, Rauan Maemirov wrote:
> > I'm loading all my scripts almost at the bottom of html and right
> > after them observing 'dom:loaded' event. But it initializes only when
> > all content is loaded (including all images). Is it okay? How can i
> > avoid that waiting all images loading?
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