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Change the image source with fade jQuery fade effect on multiple list items
$(document).ready(function () { $(".sub_menu li").hover(function () { var anc_id = $('a', this).attr('id'); // Cache the id $(".changesrc").fadeOut(1000, function () { var path = "images/"; $(".changesrc").attr("src", path + anc_id + ".jpg").load(function() { $(this).fadeIn(1000); }); }); return false; }); });

Categories : Jquery

android imageview with multiple image fade in fade out animation
Try using AnimationListener. final ImageView image = (ImageView)findViewById(R.id.bsc); final Animation animationFadeIn = AnimationUtils.loadAnimation(this, R.anim.fadein); final Animation animationFadeOut = AnimationUtils.loadAnimation(this, R.anim.fadeout); AnimationListener animListener = new AnimationListener(){ @Override public void onAnimationStart(Animation animation) { } @Override public void onAnimationRepeat(Animation animation) { } @Override public void onAnimationEnd(Animation animation) { image.setImageResource(R.drawable.hsc); image.startAnimation(animationFadeIn); } }; image.startAnimation(animationFadeOut); animationFadeOut.setAnimationListener(animListener); If yo

Categories : Android

Javascript to fade text in, one word at a time, works with one div, but not multiple divs?
You should pick on div at a time to work on and continue to the next one ones the first is done. Now you attach the delay and fade-in to each word in each div at the same time. Initiate the animation of the second div by a trigger when the first one is done or something like that?

Categories : Javascript

fade in and out loop with three divs in javascript
I think you would want something like the following: http://jsfiddle.net/mEeAt/ window.switch1 = function () { $('.chart_3').fadeToggle(function() { $('.chart_1').fadeToggle(function() { setTimeout(window.switch2, 6000); }); }); } window.switch2 = function () { $('.chart_1').fadeToggle(function() { $('.chart_2').fadeToggle(function() { setTimeout(window.switch3, 6000); }); }); } window.switch3 = function () { $('.chart_2').fadeToggle(function() { $('.chart_3').fadeToggle(function() { setTimeout(window.switch1, 6000); }); }); } setTimeout(window.switch2, 6000) So each function is responsible for fading out the active element, fading in the next element, and setting a timeout fo

Categories : Javascript

jquery fade in multiple imgs at multiple speeds on scroll-over
You are changing tiles, but the scroll happens after that. If you want it localized to each scroll, you need to do this (for example): $('#tiles,#tiles2,#tiles3').find('li').fadeTo(0, 0); $(window).scroll(function(d,h) { $("#tiles li").each(function(i) { a = $(this).offset().top + $(this).height(); b = $(window).scrollTop() + $(window).height(); if (a < b) $(this).fadeTo(500,1); }); }); Or give them different names. Every time a scroll happens, it's using the current tiles variable rather than the one right above the code.

Categories : Javascript

Wait for a logo to load, fade in the logo, fade out after delay then fade in rest of site
Cool thing about jQuery is it lets you chain functions together, and some functions (luckily in your case "FadeIn/Out" come with a callback function)! $(document).ready(function () { // simplest solution $('img').hide(0).delay(3000).fadeIn(333, function () { $(this).fadeOut(333, function () { $('#content').fadeIn(333); }); }); }); http://jsfiddle.net/whiteb0x/JRtGS/

Categories : Jquery

jquery multiple selectors, fade in and out
From the jQuery .fadeOut() documentation: If multiple elements are animated, it is important to note that the callback is executed once per matched element, not once for the animation as a whole.

Categories : Jquery

Fade In / Out Multiple Elements Using jQuery.when
You can exploit a feature of jQuery by which an animated jQuery collection will return a "promise of completion" with .promise() : I think this is what you are trying to achieve : $('.next-' + id).fadeOut(500).promise().then(function() { var n = ...; return $('.next-' + n).fadeIn(500).promise(); }).then(function() { ... }); Note that by building a .then() chain in this way, we avoid a "pyramid of doom". Things get a bit trickier if you are using an custom animation queue, but for the standard fx queue (as in this case), everything is made very simple for you.

Categories : Jquery

Javascript fade in multiple elements
Use your brandy dandy .fadeQueue(): working jsFiddle $.fn.fadeQueue = function(){ $(this).fadeIn(function(){ if(!$(this).is(':last-child')) // making sure we are not done $(this).next().fadeQueue(); }); } This will wait for the callback of .fadeIn() for each div before moving to the next one..

Categories : Javascript

Selecting an ID with jQuery to Fade out when you have multiple ID's
No, the id has to be unique on the page and it cannot be a combination of multiple values / contain space characters.

Categories : Javascript

Using NAudio to achieve fade out and fade in for a series of 44 kHz 16-bit two-channel wave files
I'm not sure why you are using WaveFormatConversionStream since you are starting in PCM. First get to a sample provider, then you can use FadeInOutSampleProvider var reader = new WaveFileReader (_audioStream2) var sampleProvider = SampleProviderConverters.ConvertWaveProviderIntoSampleProvider(reader); var fader = new FadeInOutSampleProvider (sampleProvider);

Categories : Misc

jQuery fade in active element, fade out inactive elements
Remove the space between the classes, you want to select elements with both classes not .active descendants of .btn $('.btn .active').fadeTo('fast', 1); should be $('.btn.active').fadeTo('fast', 1); Updated fiddle

Categories : Javascript

I've created a fade in fade out jquery content box, i want it to stop on mouseenter
You have two variables that contain all of the faders. I assume you wanted one for the faders, and one for the ul. var fad = $('.bxslider'); var divs = $('.fader').hide(); var dur = 500; We can create a variable to hold the next element, and a variable that indicates whether the animation should stop, or not. var stop = false; var next = $(); We can check for a mouse being over the entire list which is more reliable. fad.mouseenter(function(){ stop = true; }); fad.mouseleave(function(){ stop = false; }); Our new-and-improved showDiv function checks if we need to stop before doing anything. It's also restructured to make sure that we'll have something visible for when we tell it to stop animating. function showDiv() { if (stop) return; if (next.length) {

Categories : Jquery

Bxslider: content and next/prev arrows fade when slides fade
I just added a css property and it seems to have solved your problem. Try replacing the follwoing class .bx-controls-direction { position: absolute; top: 50%; width: 100%; z-index:100; } You have given z-index:55 to your content and I believe that is interfering with your controls.

Categories : Javascript

How to Fade In/Out multiple texts using CSS/jQuery like on Droplr?
Something like this: JSFiddle Demo HTML <p>I am <span>Something</span><span class="hidden">Test22222</span></p> CSS .hidden {display:none;} span { position: absolute; left:45px; top:10px;} p {width:200px; border:1px solid #000; padding:10px; position:relative;} jQuery $(document).ready(function() { // run the fade() function every 2 seconds setInterval(function(){ fade(); },2000); // toggle between fadeIn and fadeOut with 0.3s fade duration. function fade(){ $("span").fadeToggle(300); } }); Note : this only works with toggling 2 words, it might be better to have an array of words, and to write a function to loop through those and apply the `fadeIn/fadeOut animation. Edit : Here is a solution for mul

Categories : CSS

Making a sidebar menu fade in then fade back out
Using this other Post you can learn how to determine what position the scroll bar is in. From there you can hide/show your side navigation when it is in the area you want it to be. How do I determine height and scrolling position of window in jQuery?

Categories : Jquery

jQuery Plugin - Image Gallery (Fade In / Fade Out)
Fyi, your site isn't being made public yet, the link just sends us to a godaddy.com page. One thing that might help, you can make query selectors specific to visible or hidden elements, for example: $("img:hidden").show(); or $("img:visible").hide() Hope that helps you continue building on top of what you already have...good luck!

Categories : Jquery

Fade-in / fade-out with constant background color across animation
From the comments, it sounds like you want to animate the views in the activities, rather than the Activities themselves. You can do this using the droidQuery library. Simply set this as your onPause() method: @Override public void onPause() { //here, substitute mainView with the id of your background $.with(this, R.id.mainView).selectChildren().selectAll().animate("{ alpha : 0.0f }", 400, $.Easing.LINEAR, $.noop()); super.onPause(); } This will select all of the views that are children of your background, and animate their alpha values to 0 using ObjectAnimator, Linear interpolation, and 400ms duration. You will also want to override onResume(): @Override public void onResume() { //here, substitute mainView with the id of your background $.with(this, R.id.mainView

Categories : Android

Getting Sprite to fade back in after fade out? Entitiy Modifier
If you want to do fade in and scale in parallel then you can use use parallelEntityModifier. Similarly for fade out and scale out parallel then you can use use parallelEntityModifier. To run these two in sequence use SequenceEntityModifier. Try this it will work.

Categories : Entity Framework

Show a div onload, extend for 1 second, then fade out the same div and fade in the content div
Html: <body> <div id="divload"> <img src="loading.gif" /> </div> <div id="divcontent" style="visible: none"> ... </div> </body> Script: $(function() { $('#divload').delay(1000).fadeOut(); $('#divcontent').delay(1000).fadeIn(); }); First your gif will be visible and the content invisible. After the page is loaded and an additional 1 second delay the gif will fade out and the content will fade in.

Categories : Javascript

Fade between pics and text description color fade
Make the image change on hover of the link, not the image: $(".box a").hover( function() { $(this).find("img.grey").stop().animate({"opacity": "0"}, "slow"); }, function() { $(this).find("img.grey").stop().animate({"opacity": "1"}, "slow"); }); http://jsfiddle.net/BGKFN/28/ Edit Or simply like: http://jsfiddle.net/BGKFN/30/ $(".box a").hover(function( e ) { $(this).find("img.grey").stop().animate({opacity: e.type=="mouseenter"?0:1}, 800); }); where jQuery's hover is a shorthand for mouseenter mouseleave, which means if we target the current e event we're getting the one of the two, and using a ternary operator ( ? : ) we're setting opacity to 0 if true (is mouseenter) and to 1 if false (if mouseleave).

Categories : Jquery

How to hide, fade in and fade out div with jQuery and keyboard controls?
solution: use a comma between letters. <script> $(document).ready(function() { $("#myDiv").hide(); }); jwerty.key('f,i', function () { $("#myDiv").fadeIn(400); }); jwerty.key('f,o', function () { $("#myDiv").fadeOut(400); }); </script>

Categories : Jquery

Fade 10 divs in and or out
I have just updated your: Fiddle As I hope you can see, the Main is displayed after 2 seconds, and when you move over one of the links at the top, the pages are displayed. var currPage = 'main'; function showPage(id) { if (currPage !== null) { $("#"+currPage).fadeOut(500); } currPage = id; $("#"+currPage).fadeIn(500); } var lastMove = new Date().getTime(); document.onmousemove = function() { lastMove = new Date().getTime(); } setInterval(function() { var now = new Date().getTime(); if (now - lastMove > 60000) { showPage('main'); } }, 1000); $(document).ready(function () { $('#main').hide(); $('#main').delay(2000).fadeIn(500); });

Categories : HTML

Can a single link display/fade in captions for multiple images?
Maybe you could try something like this: $("#caption-link").on("click", function() { $("p.caption").fadeToggle(); }); ..assuming you have the captions hidden to start with. You can optionally set fade duration and animation type. See the manual for .fadeToggle(): http://api.jquery.com/fadeToggle/ (And for .toggle(): http://api.jquery.com/toggle/)

Categories : Jquery

CSS Image Opacity Fade Transitions with multiple elements (class)
You're forcing the opacity in the javascript (as a style attribute of the img) which is overriding the hover state. Rather than forcing the opacity in the javascript, I'd use class names and just add or remove them as needed, letting the CSS sort out the opacities: function changestation(stationid) { mystation = document.getElementById(stationid); allofclass = document.getElementsByClassName("station-button"); for (i = 0; i < allofclass.length; i++) { allofclass[i].classList.remove('active'); } mystation.classList.add('active'); currentstation = stationid; loadnext(); } and .station-button.active { opacity: 1; } .station-button:hover { opacity:0.6; } Here's a JSfiddle with the code changes above. Note that because you're hovering on t

Categories : Javascript

Fade In Fade Out effect for Items in asp:Repeater
Use class "fader" instead of id and loop through all elements. And avoid inline-styles. <div class="fader" style="display: none; background-color: lightyellow; overflow: hidden; padding-top:100px; padding-left:100px"> <div style="display: block; width: 40%; height:100%; float: left; position: relative"> <h4><%# Eval("title") %></h4> <p><%# Item.Description %></p> </div> $(document).ready(function() { var time = 1000; (function loop(){ $('.fader').each(function () { var $self = $(this); setTimeout(function () { $self.fadeIn('slow').fadeOut(); }, time); time += 1500; }); loop(); })(); });

Categories : Jquery

Fade-in and fade-out content simple slider?
Try to call fadeOut in fadeIn callback function like, function fadeContent() { $('.static-loader').animate({'width':'100%'},2000); $(".div-roles div:hidden:first-child").fadeIn(2500,function(){ $('.static-loader').width('0%'); $(this).fadeOut(2000, function () { $(this).appendTo($(this).parent()); fadeContent(); }); }); } Fiddle

Categories : Jquery

Disabling (fade in and fade out) dialog box animation
Finally success! res/anim/enter.xml <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <translate xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" android:duration="@android:integer/config_shortAnimTime"/> res/anim/exit.xml <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <translate xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" android:duration="@android:integer/config_shortAnimTime"/> res/values/styles.xml <style name="DialogNoAnimation"> <item name="android:windowEnterAnimation">@anim/enter</item> <item name="android:windowExitAnimation">@anim/exit</item> </style> src/[dialog_box_class].java @Override public void onStart() { super.onStart(); if (getDialog() == null) return; getDialog().getWindo

Categories : Android

Fade in and Fade out list items on hover
Maybe you could consider just using CSS to achieve this. Check out this tutorial for creating something similar without javascript: http://www.alessioatzeni.com/blog/css3-dropdown-menu/

Categories : Jquery

jQuery automatically fade in div and fade out on scroll
To fade in (There's also a corresponding fadeOut method): $("#element").fadeIn(300); For detecting how far down a user has scrolled, you can use something like this: $(document).ready(function(){ $(window).scroll(function(){ var posFromTop = $(window).scrollTop(); if(posFromTop > 200){ // if more than 200px from the top do something } else { // otherwise do something else. } }); });

Categories : Jquery

Fade Cycle on Divs
You forgot to add a fadeIn() to the first obj. So after one cycle is gone, and you're hiding it, all your divs are set to display:none. Your code : function tick() { var $obj = $(".major_data .commitment_box .commitment"); $obj.first().fadeIn().delay(1000).fadeOut(function () { $obj.first().insertAfter($obj.last()); tick(); }); } tick(); Updated demo : http://jsfiddle.net/hungerpain/NMSpx/1/

Categories : Jquery

Fade through a sequence of divs — jquery
Try this code.. I have used a class to keep track of the active li. This will keep a track of the element when different buttons are clicked. And instead of appending the li again , I am just referring to the correct li using the length property. $('li:first-child').siblings().hide(); $('.right_arrow').click(function () { // Check for the active li.. // If length is zero.. set the first one to active // caching the variables var $active = $('li.active'), $this = $(this), $container = $this.closest('.container'); // If active length is 0 then set active as first li var $li = $active.length ? $active : $('li:first-child'); $li.fadeOut(200, function () { // When fadeout you need to get the next element //

Categories : Javascript

Can't get overlapping divs to fade transition with jquery and jqueryui
Try this which waits for it to fades out before the delay and fade in. I don't like the delay but you may: var show_slide = $(this).attr('data-slide'); $('.outercontainer .slidecontainer:visible').fadeOut("slow", function() { $('.' + show_slide).delay(600).fadeIn("slow"); } To make it work you have to remove this whole css or just take out the hide line: .slidecontainer.hiddenslide { } and change these (notice slide1 isn't changed): .slidecontainer.slide2 { background-color:#374bb5; display:none; } .slidecontainer.slide3 { background-color:#ef123e; display:none; } .slidecontainer.slide4 { background-color:#efae00; display:none; } .slidecontainer.slide5 { background-color:#9d5bb6; display:none; }

Categories : Jquery

Changing different divs to background image jQuery Fade
OK give this a go http://jsfiddle.net/davidja/Wzcgn/11/ $(document).ready(function () { var $backgroundimages = ['blue', 'red', 'grey', 'black']; var $backgroundcount = 0; function fade($ele) { $ele.css('background-color', $backgroundimages[$backgroundcount]); $backgroundcount++; $ele.fadeIn(1000).delay(4000).fadeOut(1000, function () { if ($backgroundcount >= $backgroundimages.length) { $backgroundcount = 0; }; fade($ele); }); }; fade($('#stretchParent .HomeImage').first()); }); To use images instead its something like below (untested); var $backgroundimages = ['img1.jpg', 'img2.jpg', 'img3.jpg', 'img4.jpg']; $ele.css('background-image', 'url('+$backgroundimages[$backgroundc

Categories : Jquery

Fade in Fade out inside the bar using jquery
In your code you have this: function shownextmessage() { ++message_index; message.eq(message_index % message.length) .fadeIn(2000) .delay(2000) .fadeOut(2000, shownextmessage); } You are selecting the text to animate using a modulo in the $.eq... and once the fadeOut finishes, you relaunch that function... So it runs in loops passing 1 and 2 and 1 and 2 ... to message.eq hence why the texts keep rolling... Since your question actually does not include a question nor says what you'd like to achieve I can only explain why what happens is happening and cannot provide with a solution.

Categories : Javascript

How to fade in and fade out a label. continuously
You could put a pair of chained animation in a loop or call a function that holds the chained animation everytime until you encounter a user tap. By Chained animation, I mean something like this (You can set the animation duration to suit your needs): myLabel.alpha = 0.0; [UIView animateWithDuration:1.0 delay:0.0 options: UIViewAnimationCurveEaseOut animations:^{ myLabel.alpha = 1.0; } completion:^(BOOL finished){ [UIView animateWithDuration:1.0 delay:1.0 options: UIViewAnimationCurveEaseOut animations:^{

Categories : Objective C

Every image-changing with fade in / fade out
Your if statements are always true. Change if (klick = true) to if (klick) and if (clicked = true) to if (clicked). Right now, you are setting klick and clicked to true each time you are trying to check the value. For fade in and fade out: var fadeImage = function(el, to) { var img = $(el); // get the offset of the original image var offset = img.offset(); // clone the original image, position it absolutely, and fade var oldImg = img.clone().css(offset).appendTo('body') .fadeTo(400, 0, function() { oldImg.remove(); }); // change the image to the new source. img.attr('src', to); }; $("img#hovertom").hover(function () { if (!clicked) fadeImage(this, "../img/tom_hover.png"); }, function () { if (!clicked) fadeImage(this, "../

Categories : Jquery

how to fade out one div and fade in another div at same time using Jquery
If you want to do both at the same time dont use the fadeIn/fadeOut callback for the second call. Because HJavascript runs the nex fading FX direct. $("#newDivforWraping1").fadeIn(1000); $("#newDivforWraping5").fadeOut(1000);

Categories : Jquery

jQuery Animation with fade in and fade out
Are you trying to do something like this ?? Few CSS changes .boxa { position: absolute; width: 50px; height: 50px; left: 100px; top: 40px; } .boxb { position: absolute; width: 50px; height: 50px; left: 100px; top: 100px; } .boxc { position: absolute; width: 50px; height: 50px; left: 100px; top: 160px; } Just A try

Categories : Jquery

Fade in / Fade out with hover function
Use CSS3 transition: .hidden-content { position: absolute; opacity:0; display:block; transition: opacity 0.2s ease; } .wrapper:hover .hidden-content { opacity:1; } http://jsfiddle.net/u3pW8/35/

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