Join Joe Marini for an in-depth discussion in this video Sliding elements, part of jQuery Essential Training.
- [Voiceover] The jQuery element sliding functions…are somewhat misnamed.…They give you this misleading perception…that they slide the elements around on the page,…which is not really what happens.…It's just another take on showing and hiding elements.…So let's take a look at how they work.…Let's open up the sliding_start file…and you can see this is the familiar structure by now…of our example page.…So let's go ahead and bring this up in the browser.…Here's our example page.…I've got some buttons to trigger each one of the effects.…
So let's go back to the source code…and for the first two examples we'll look at slide up…and slide down.…So I'll add the code for slide up here,…and I'll do the same thing for the slide down handler.…I didn't do an 'e' there.…So let's save, let's refresh…and let's take a look at this behavior.…So let's go ahead and slide up, and let's slide down.…The event when it's triggered,…the element is basically shown and hidden…but in this example it slides…into and out of existence.…
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- What is jQuery?
- Using selectors and filters to extract information
- Creating, inserting, and animating page content
- Handling events
- Understanding jQuery statement chaining
- Working with CSS
- Building event handlers
- Animating with jQuery: showing, hiding, and fading page elements
- Working with AJAX
Skill Level Beginner
1. A Quick Introduction to jQuery
2. Working with Page Content
3. Manipulating Page Content
4. jQuery Events
5. Animations and Effects
6. AJAX Operations
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