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Avoid Broken Images: Preload with CSS, JavaScript or Ajax

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Avoid Broken Images: Preload with CSS, JavaScript or Ajax

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Note the type check for array in this example is probably overkill, as it is for all browser versions, we could have used jQuery isArray instead, or even Array.isArray in ECMA script 5 (IE 9 or higher).

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