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could you help me with the following problem. I have a html and java code drawing a table below a SharePoint list, in the table I place some calculation based on the list above and it works fine, however if I put the code above the SP list it does not calculate I guess because the site is loaded from the top to down. So can you pls help me how can I solve this problem namely to put the table above the list which would calculate, is there any way to reference a hidden CEWP thru html code? Many thanks!

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Move the CEWP below the list.

Alternatively, don't run the javascript until the page has loaded. A common method of doing this is via jquery:

<script src="//"></script> 
<script type="text/JavaScript">
  $(function() {
    // contents of your "go" function here
    // this function will not run until the DOM is loaded

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Can you pls advise how to use this method e.g. I have the below code <html> <head> <script language="JavaScript" type="text/JavaScript"> function go() { ... } </script> </head> </html> – pmalits Mar 22 '13 at 10:50
is there any way to refresh only the CEWP which has the code? – pmalits Mar 22 '13 at 13:50
@pmalits I added an example to my above answer. – Chloraphil Mar 22 '13 at 14:07
I don't understand how refreshing the CEWP would help, can you provide more information about your problem? – Chloraphil Mar 22 '13 at 14:09
I have a SP site built up by different web parts; CEWPs, SP list... I have a CEWP which calualtes based on SP list information, so if the CEWP is above the SP list does not calc since the list below is not loaded, but if I could refesh the CEWP after the SP list is loaded then would solve my proble. I want to keep the CEWP (which is a table with calc fields) above the SP list. Thanks – pmalits Mar 22 '13 at 14:20

If you are running Javascript and only want it to run only after page loads, put functions inside of document ready section:

$(document).ready(function() {
    //function here
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