Originally Posted by Fumigator
No it's not. jQuery's document.ready detects when the DOM has loaded and fires off at that point. This means it doesn't wait for things like images to load. The onload function doesn't begin until everything on the page is loaded.
document.ready has other benefits as well over onload, such as it's easy to call many functions.
yes now I know, I already read the code for bindReady function from jquery sources,
Edit: just in case, bindReady is called from ready, I didn't mess names,