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JavaScript Using jQuery Plugins Introducing jQuery Plugins Adding a Plugin to a Web Page

Matthew Peters
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Matthew Peters
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Student 11,114 Points

Ive followed the video and the animsition plugin isn't working for me. Ive re watched several times.

Im not seeing the fade in functionality shown in the video. I doesn't appear to work correctly.

I see many others have had trouble with this video too but I don't see any solutions.

I have added the classes to the HTML and called the jQuery as follows.

$(".animsition").animsition();
Tim Strand
Tim Strand
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please include your html so that we can double check syntax and structure for you in order to solve the issue.

1 Answer

Matthew Peters
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Matthew Peters
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Student 11,114 Points

Hello tim, Thanks for posting. I found the issue it was a typo with the worlds most confusing word "animsition" Thanks for trying to help though.