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Looking at the tag wiki excerpt for onload:

onload is a JavaScript event that is run when a document is loaded.

Hmmm… an event named onload. Sounds pretty similar to . I think these should be made synonyms. has more questions currently associated with it, so that should probably be the primary tag.

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