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JavaScript jQuery Basics (2014) Introduction to jQuery What is jQuery?

The show affect is different

Hi. So I change the $("html") to $("html"). The way it goes in to the screen is different, why? even the .warning class doesn't do the same animation.

3 Answers

Samy Basset
Samy Basset
11,862 Points

What you are basicly doing with $('html') is hiding the whole page and show it again. With $('.warning') you only select the elements with the class .warning, so you only hide the elements with the .warning class and show it again.

Sorry, i didn't typ it write here. When I tested it I typed it right.
this is what it should be: $("html") to $("html")

Samy Basset
Samy Basset
11,862 Points

I think you have made a typo($("html") to $("html")).

works in chrome for me