Is there any way to execute a custom javascript file after full content of the page is finished loading and after every other javascript file has finished execution ?

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In general, no, because the scripts are loaded asynchronously.

  • ok, can you please tell me, why this require(["jquery","domReady!"], function($){ function removeUnused(elements) { $.setTimeout(function(){ $(elements).each(function(){ console.log(this); this.remove(); }) }, 5000); } $(removeUnused('.page-actions, .action-select-wrap')); }); fires $.setTImeout is not a function error ? Feb 23, 2016 at 14:13
  • setTimeout doesn't jQuery Function, so you cannot use it as $.setTImeout , also It is spelled not properly
    – KAndy
    Feb 23, 2016 at 14:40
  • if are you talking about the capital I, that is not in the code.. nvm Feb 23, 2016 at 14:45

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