jQuery Effects

jQuery Effects Tutorial: Learn what are different jQuery effects and how to define them for an HTML page.
Submitted by Pratishtha Saxena, on September 22, 2022

Effects are anything that is created to make anything look more attractive and artistic. jQuery effects are used for a similar purpose. It helps to give an animated look and effectiveness to a webpage. jQuery effects help to make a website more interactive with very simple ways which are nearly hectic to make while using basic HTML-CSS. So, without wasting much time, let's move on to it and learn some of them from scratch.

The effects, when created, can generally be distributed into different categories. The effects specifically can be displaying effects, fading effects, sliding effects, etc., and similarly other kinds of animations. Therefore, jQuery effects can be categorized into four categories – Display, Fading, Sliding, and Other Animation.

Now let's consider these categories individually and the jQuery effect methods they contain.

jQuery Display Effects

These effects help to hide, and show the display of the text. It includes – jQuery hide(), show(), toggle() methods.

jQuery Fading Effects

When the methods help to fade any part of the text, images, etc., then they are categorized over here. It include jQuery methods like – fadeIn(), fadeOut(), fadeTo(), fadeToggle(), etc.

jQuery Sliding Effects

The sliding up or sliding down of the content can be done using these effects. It includes jQuery methods like – slideToggle(), slideUp(), slideDown(), etc.

Apart from these, there are many more jQuery effect methods that cannot be categorized into these but they help to animate and add effects to the webpage.


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