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Element Visibility

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$(element).hide() // sets display: none
$(element).show() // sets display to original value
$(element).toggle() // toggles between the two
$(element).is(':visible') // returns true or false
$('element:visible') // matches all elements that are visible
$('element:hidden') // matches all elements that are hidden
$('element').fadeIn(); // display the element
$('element').fadeOut(); // hide the element
$('element').fadeIn(1000); // display the element using timer
$('element').fadeOut(1000); // hide the element using timer
// display the element using timer and a callback function
$('element').fadeIn(1000, function(){
// code to execute
});
// hide the element using timer and a callback function
$('element').fadeOut(1000, function(){
 // code to execute
});



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