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SHOW HIDE <div> WITH TWEEN???

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Hello all, I am going to be utilizing a <divon a site that is shown
and hidden w/ the click of a button. I can already do this, but when
the button is clicked the <divis show quite rapidly. I'd like to
slow the opening/showing process with something emulating a motion
tween. Apple uses something like this in their menus on their website.
Any ideas are greatly appreciated.
Jan 28 '08 #1
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On Jan 28, 11:17 am, Window Frog <m...@deepskystudio.comwrote:
Hello all, I am going to be utilizing a <divon a site that is shown
and hidden w/ the click of a button. I can already do this, but when
the button is clicked the <divis show quite rapidly. I'd like to
slow the opening/showing process with something emulating a motion
tween. Apple uses something like this in their menus on their website.
Any ideas are greatly appreciated.
Try one of the JS libraries out there (there are plenty of them). Just
steer clear of Mootools. I'd recommend JQuery:
http://docs.jquery.com/Effects/fadeOut#speedcallback
Jan 28 '08 #2

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