Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Delaying the fadeIn & fadeOut effect on <div> in JQuery

In this article we are going to show you how to use the JQuery delay function to delay the fadeIn & fadeOut effect on an <div> (you an use almost any html element you prefer) element that we discussed in the previous post (fading in & out <div> using JQuery).

Step 1:

Lets start with the html part. You can design your <div> element as you wish but we have given down a simple example you can use that for the start :


   <div style="background-color:green;width:150px;height:150px;"></div><br />
   <input id="fo" type="button" value="Fade Out"></input>
   <input id="fi" type="button" value="Fade In"></input>


Step 2:

Now lets look at the <head> part which is the last step, here you will include your JQuery file and also write the main coding for what you are here :


   <script type="text/javascript" src="jquery-1.11.0.js"></script>

   <script type="text/javascript">






The above code shows the delay function being used to delay the fadeIn & fadeOut effect for some seconds on button click and also you have to provide the delay time in milliseconds, the above code delays the effect by 3000 mlliseconds i.e, 3 seconds. The summary of the story is : when you will click the button it will fade out or in after some seconds specified by you.

That's it guys, all you want to make an <div> fade in and again out after a delay of some seconds on button click. Try our live example below :

You can download the entire source code by clicking the below download link


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Happy Designing !

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