JQuery fade effect with example

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jQuery provides easy ways to animate any element. One of the effect is fading effect. Fade effect workds as gradual increase and decrease in the opacity in the selected element. jQuery provides four method to create fade effects.

In this article, we will describe all methods one by one. So let's start from fadeIn() method.

jQuery fadeIn() method

jQuery fadeIn() method used to show hidden element in fade effect.

Syntax:

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

Parameters:

duration is string 'slow', 'fast' or milliseconds

callback is a optional function which executes after the fadeIn effect completes.

Example:

$('.normal').fadeIn();
$('#slow').fadeIn('slow');
$('div').fadeIn(1000, function() {
    alert('fadeIn effect completed.');
});

jQuery fadeOut() method

jQuery fadeOut() method used to hide element in fade effect.

Syntax:

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

Parameters:

duration is string 'slow', 'fast' or milliseconds

callback is a optional function which executes after the fadeOut effect completes.

Example:

$('.normal').fadeOut();
$('div').fadeOut(1000);
$('#slow').fadeOut('slow', function() {
    alert('fadeOut effect completed.');
});

jQuery fadeToggle() method

jQuery fadeToggle() method used to toggle elements fadeIn() method and fadeOut() method. It shows hidden elements and hide elements in fade effect.

Syntax:

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

Parameters:

duration is string 'slow', 'fast' or milliseconds

callback is a optional function which executes after the fadeToggle effect completes.

Example:

$('.normal').fadeToggle();
$('div').fadeToggle(1000);
$('#slow').fadeToggle('slow', function() {
    alert('fadeToggle effect completed.');
});

jQuery fadeTo() method

jQuery fadeTo() method used to set opacity of element in given value.

Syntax:

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

Parameters:

duration is string 'slow', 'fast' or milliseconds

opacity decimal between 0 and 1 where 0 will hide element and 1 will do nothing.

callback is a optional function which executes after the fadeTo effect completes.

Example:

$('.normal').fadeTo();
$('div').fadeTo(1000);
$('#slow').fadeTo('slow', function() {
    alert('fadeTo effect completed.');
});

I hope it will help you.

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