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              <!DOCTYPE HTML>
<html><head lang="en"><meta charset="utf-8" http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" /><meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, height=device-height, initial-scale=1.0" />

<title>readystatus cursor script test -- RVKlein</title>

html.readystate--loading {cursor:wait;}
html.readystate--interactive {cursor:progress;}
html.readystate--complete {cursor:auto;}

var rootNode=(document.getElementsByTagName('*'))[0];
var $={DOM:{},has:{},origEventFn:{'onload':null,'onreadystatechange':null}};

(	('undefined'!==typeof(document.onreadystatechange))
&&	('string'===typeof(document.readyState))

(	('function'===typeof(Event))
&&	('function'===typeof(EventListener))
&&	('function'===typeof(EventTarget))
&&	('function'===typeof(EventTarget.prototype.addEventListener))
&&	('function'===typeof(EventTarget.prototype.removeEventListener))


	var attr='';
		attr=((el.getAttribute('class')).split(' '));
		for(var i=0,j=attr.length;j>i;i++)
		{	if(attr[i]===cn)
			{	return(true);
		}	}
		attr=(attr.join(' ')+' ');

	var out=[];
		var attr=((el.getAttribute('class')).split(' '));
		for(var i=0,j=attr.length;j>i;i++)
		{	if(attr[i]!==cn)
			{	out[out.length]=attr[i];
		}	}
	el.setAttribute('class',(out.join(' ')));





		{	$.whenDocumentReady();
		{	($.origEventFn.onreadystatechange)(evt);


	{	($.origEventFn.onload)(evt);



	<p>Ideally, this should work and gracefully degrade in older browsers. How much older? I don't know.</p>
	<p>This does a simple thing: it changes the mouse cursor to a load spinner type while hovering the document if it is still loading. It does this by switching between CSS classes applied to the root element as the load state progresses.</p>
	<p>To get a better idea of how this is useful, try putting a whole bunch of markup and maybe some big images into the document, then use the network tools in your inspector panel to ensure your load is at 2G/3G mobile speed.</p>
<p>[ Made with love from <a href="https://rvklein.neocities.org/">R.V.Klein</a>. ]</p>


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