Concept question ahead ... RESOLVED
If I create an anonymous function that contains an "onload()" to activate,
will a second anonymous function with a different "onload()" command execute?
Normally I would initialize using one "onload()" function near the end of the <body> tags
Does this rule still apply about having only ONE "onload()" function per program
or does it change if setting-up multiple anonymous functions?
And, if only one "onload()" function is allowed per program,
where is it placed to activate/initialize multiple anonymous functions?
An example of three anonymous function needs (each has its own initialization sequence) would be:
1. 1st function to control menu display.
2. 2nd function to control gallery display.
3. 3rd function to control calendar date picker
Each currently has its own "onload()" initialization sequence.
Would I call them as is, in order of need or remove the "onload()" sections to be placed in one common section?