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    Default how to use fadeIn() feature using javascript

    hii everybody i am very much new to java EE nad ollso very much new to this site ...
    so i was trying to create a fade in effect using javascript(). i wanted that when i click on (read more) link on my page a div should display with a fading effect.
    i ev created a div named read2 in which i have inserted a paragraph whic should be displayed .
    the coding is given below-
    <div id="read2"><p>this will be displayed on click</p></div>


    <p class="links"><a href="javascript:void(0)" class="more" onclick="read()">Read More</a><a href="#" title="b0x"
    class="comments">Comments</a></p>
    <script type="text/javascript">

    function read()
    {
    $("#read2").fadeIn();
    }

    </script>
    can anyone help me with it ....
    i will be very thankfull .....regards RAMAN......

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    Default Re: how to use fadeIn() feature using javascript

    This is not a JavaScript forum.
    JavaScript is a totally different programming language.

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    Default Re: how to use fadeIn() feature using javascript

    Off topic, locking.

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