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I am using this piece of code on a couple of sites within my SharePoint Online environment:

SP.SOD.executeFunc('sp.js', 'SP.ClientContext', function(){
    alert('test');
    //my code follows
});

Although, this code doesn't work on some pages (I don't get the alert)

I've checked in the browser, SP.js is actually loaded. Any ideas???

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Try this:

ExecuteOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded(function () {
alert('test');
   //code
}, "sp.js");
  • Doesn't alert anything :/ The strange thing is, I have some buttons within the page, when I click on them, I get the alert – Gintas K Jun 1 '16 at 7:56
  • Have you checked syntax is correct. Alert without sp code and check. – Viraj Gorajia Jun 1 '16 at 8:20
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Just sorted this out.

I was comparing this site with other site where this code is working and I found out that the problem was this site feature.

Minimal Download Strategy

A technique that delivers a faster and more fluid page navigation experience, in pages and site templates that support it, by downloading and rendering only those portions of a page that are changing.

It was active on my site, so the script didn't work.

I switched it off and everything is fine now.

Strange thing is that I'm the only one developing on this Site Collection and I didn't modify any of the site features so far.

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