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jQuery Fade

jQuery Fade

With jQuery Fade effect you can fade in or fade out an element with the help of fadeIn() and fadeOut() functions.



jQuery fadeIn()

It is used to fade in hidden element.


Syntax

$(selector).fadeIn(speed,callback);


Code Explanation

  • It takes speed parameter as an optional to define what speed the hide and show effect takes place it takes values like "slow", "fast" or milliseconds.
  • It takes callback as an optional parameter you can give function that is executed after the completion of effect.

Example of fadeIn()

$("#para1").click(function(){
$("#para2").fadeIn();
});



jQuery fadeOut()

It is used to fade out visible the element.


Syntax

$(selector).fadeOut(speed,callback);


Code Explanation

  • It takes speed parameter as an optional to define what speed the hide and show effect takes place it takes values like "slow", "fast" or milliseconds.
  • It takes callback as an optional parameter you can give function that is executed after the completion of effect.


Example of fadeOut()

$("#para1").click(function(){
$("#para2").fadeOut();
});



jQuery fadeToggle()

jQuery fadeToggle() effect is used to toggle between fadeIn() and fadeOut() automatically


Syntax

$(selector).fadeToggle(speed,callback);


Code Explanation

  • It takes speed parameter as an optional to define what speed the hide and show effect takes place it takes values like "slow", "fast" or milliseconds.
  • It takes callback as an optional parameter you can give function that is executed after the completion of effect.


Example of fadeToggle()

$("#para1").click(function(){
$("#para2").fadeToggle();
});



jQuery fadeTo()

jQuery fadeTo() effect is used to fade an element at a given opacity or transparency


Syntax

$(selector).fadeTo(speed,opacity,callback);


Code Explanation

  • It takes speed parameter as an optional to define what speed the hide and show effect takes place it takes values like "slow", "fast" or milliseconds.
  • It takes the value of opacity between 0 to 1
  • It takes callback as an optional parameter you can give function that is executed after the completion of effect.


Example of fadeTo()

$("#para1").click(function(){
$("#para2").fadeT0(0.6);
});
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