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Multiple objects animation in a queue

Here is a simple example of multiple objects animation in a queue.

Jquery alow us to make queue over only one object. But within animation function we can access other objects. In this example we build our queue over #q object while animating #box1 and #box2 objects.

Think of queue as a array of functions. So you can manipulate queue as a array. You can use push, pop, unshift, shift to manipulate the queue. In this example we remove the last function from the animation queue and insert it at the beginning.

<button id="show">Start Animation Queue</button>
  <p></p>
  <div id="box1"></div>
  <div id="box2"></div>
  <div id="q"></div>
$(function(){

 $('#q').queue('chain',function(next){  
      $("#box2").show("slow", next);
  });


  $('#q').queue('chain',function(next){  
      $('#box1').animate(
          {left: 60}, {duration:1000, queue:false, complete: next}
      )
  });    


  $('#q').queue('chain',function(next){  
      $("#box1").animate({top:'200'},1500, next);
  });


  $('#q').queue('chain',function(next){  
      $("#box2").animate({top:'200'},1500, next);
  });


  $('#q').queue('chain',function(next){  
      $("#box2").animate({left:'200'},1500, next);
  });

  //notice that show effect comes last
  $('#q').queue('chain',function(next){  
      $("#box1").show("slow", next);
  });

});

$("#show").click(function () {
    $("p").text("Queue length is: " + $('#q').queue("chain").length);

    // remove the last function from the animation queue.
    var lastFunc = $('#q').queue("chain").pop();
    // insert it at the beginning:    
    $('#q').queue("chain").unshift(lastFunc);

    //start animation queue
    $('#q').dequeue('chain');
});
#box1 { margin:3px; width:40px; height:40px;
                position:absolute; left:10px; top:60px; 
                background:green; display: none; }
        #box2 { margin:3px; width:40px; height:40px;
                position:absolute; left:100px; top:60px; 
                background:red; display: none; }
        p { color:red; }

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By default, JQuery places animations in the effects queue so they will happen one after another. If you want an animation to happen immediately set the queue:false flag in your animate options map.

For example, in your case,

$(this).animate({
      opacity: "1"
    }, 600);

would become

$(this).animate(
{
    opacity: "1"
}, 
{
    duration:600,
    queue:false
});

You'd likely want to use the options map and set the queue for the border animation as well.

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You can do what you want a bit easier using .prependTo() and $(html), like this:

$('<li id="newhere"><input type="checkbox" /><span class="listTitle">Im new here</span><ul></ul></li>')
  .hide().prependTo('#container').slideDown("slow");

.prepend() returns the element you prepended to, not the element or elements that were prepended. Switching it around to .prependTo() makes it a bit cleaner and should have the effect you want, since you can continue chaining on the elements you prepended. Also, if you're using the same string many times, this will now cache the document fragment and make it faster as well :)

One last thing, if you're doing this multiple times, make sure that ID on the <li> is unique, or you're creating invalid HTML which will have some unwanted side effects.

thanks I'm always interested in doing things right. I tried you suggestion, problem is it still is slideDown'ing the entire UL not just the new LI. Ideas?

@nobosh - Seems like extra or old code is running as well, you have an example page? You can see a demo of the answer code here: jsfiddle.net/KAGDu Also...are you sure the <ul> isn't just moving to make room for that sliding <li>? It has to go somewhere :)

There it goes. very nice!

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Using the optional parameter of .show() and .hide(), you can achieve the animation effect that you want. you can pass that parameter as milliseconds too.

$('.first').on('click',function(){
    $('.item2').hide('slow');
    $('.item1').show('slow');
});
$('.second').on('click',function(){
    $('.item1').hide('slow');
    $('.item2').show('slow');
});

Thanks! Didn't know it was that easy. Next time i'll look into the docs..

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Using the optional parameter of .show() and .hide(), you can achieve the animation effect that you want. you can pass that parameter as milliseconds too.

$('.first').on('click',function(){
    $('.item2').hide('slow');
    $('.item1').show('slow');
});
$('.second').on('click',function(){
    $('.item1').hide('slow');
    $('.item2').show('slow');
});

Thanks! Didn't know it was that easy. Next time i'll look into the docs..

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Basically you animate from the old top position to another position also relative to to the top which you calculate by taking the window height and subtracting (1) the desired position from the bottom, and (2) the height of the element you want to animate. Then, at the end of the animation add a callback to change the css so as the element is then position with a bottom value and a top auto value

$('#click').click(function () {

    var windowHeight = $(window).height();
    var lineHeight = $('#line').height();
    var desiredBottom = 100;

    var newPosition = windowHeight - (lineHeight + desiredBottom);

    $('#line').animate({top:newPosition},1000,function () {
        $('#line').css({
            bottom: desiredBottom,
            top: 'auto'
        });
    });

});

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This doesn't work for me, I want to to like jquery slideUp / slideDown function, I tried this code, but it only move the content wich stay at the same place after animation end, the view should have a 0dp height at start of slideDown and the view height (with wrap_content) after the end of the animation.

this is just a layout animation. It doesn't actually move the item to a different place in the layout. You want Object Animators for that. If you want the view to be gone or visible after the animation just set the visibility on the view before or after the animation.

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As I got it, you want to start animation sequentially item by item, by make it shorter for each next item so they all will got the destination simultaneously. Take a look at this example. Notice: each animation is not 1/2 of the previous one, but 1/n shorter, where n is number of items, i.e. for seven items it would be: 1000ms -> 857 -> 714 -> 571, otherwise the latest would be too short in my opinion.

$(function() {
  $('button.action').on('click', function() {
    setTimeout(function() {
      var items = $('.wrap .item');
      var total = items.length;
      items.each(function(i) {
        var initial = 1000;
        var delay = initial - initial / (total + 1) * (total - i);
        var speed = initial - initial / (total + 1) * i;
        var item = $(this);
        item.css({
          'transition-delay': delay + 'ms',
          'transition-duration': speed + 'ms',
          'opacity': 1,
          'transform': 'translateX(0)'
        });
      });
    });
  });
});
.item {
  display: block;
  margin: 5px;
  width: 40px;
  height: 40px;
  background-color: #cd3455;
  transform: translateX(100px);
  opacity: 0.5;
  transition: all .5s cubic-bezier(.49,-0.57,1,.99)
}
.action {
  position: absolute;
  top: 5%;
  right: 5%;
}
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script>
<div class="wrap">
  <div class="item"></div>
  <div class="item"></div>
  <div class="item"></div>
  <div class="item"></div>
  <div class="item"></div>
  <div class="item"></div>
  <div class="item"></div>
</div>

<button class="action">Action!</button>

Thank u for your effort! In this animation, all the cubes will end at the same time. That's a whole new level for me :)) Thanks but it's not what I mean. It's way easier than your example! Just like @Vasilij didi. Btw you're awesome man! :)

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and would have to import all jQuery lib to scroll. Better done with vanila js like other answers.

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Since you are not worried about IE, why not just use css transitions to provide the animation and jQuery to change the classes. Live example: http://jsfiddle.net/tw16/JfK6N/

#someDiv{
    -webkit-transition: all 0.5s ease;
    -moz-transition: all 0.5s ease;
    -o-transition: all 0.5s ease;
    transition: all 0.5s ease;
}

As of 2015-06-12 this is supported in - IE 10+ - Chrome 26+ - FireFox 16+ - Safari 6.1+ - Opera 12.1+ -webkit, -moz, -o is only needed for even older browsers. You can probably leave it out to save some space.

@clst, I would prefer backwards-compatibility with old browsers over saving a few bytes of space.

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How about something like this: jsFiddle example.

var string = $('h2').text();
var letters = string.split('');
var x = string.length;
$('h2').text('');
$.each(letters, function(index) {
    $('h2').append('<span id="e' + index + '" class="normal">' + letters[index] + '</span>');

});
function Animate(elem) {
    setTimeout(function() {
        $('#e'+elem).animate({
            'color': 'yellow'
        }, 500, function(){elem++;Animate(elem)});
    }, 50);
}
$('h2').mouseenter(function() {
    Animate('0');
}).mouseleave(function() {});
<h2>OWEN MELBOURNE</h2>

The only problem with that (and I'd hardly call it a problem) is that your code attempts to color toe space between the words (and obviously fails), resulting in a noticeable lapse between highlighting the N and the M between the two words.

@ElliotBonneville - If it's a problem for the OP it can be easily changed.

thanks a lot also! this is another great help to me!! works beautifully! - yeah the time lapse is noticeable but i'll add a statement into the convert string to array that will drop the blank space :) thanks!

@OwenMelbourne- No problem. If you need me to post a modified jsFiddle just let me know.

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How about something like this: jsFiddle example.

var string = $('h2').text();
var letters = string.split('');
var x = string.length;
$('h2').text('');
$.each(letters, function(index) {
    $('h2').append('<span id="e' + index + '" class="normal">' + letters[index] + '</span>');

});
function Animate(elem) {
    setTimeout(function() {
        $('#e'+elem).animate({
            'color': 'yellow'
        }, 500, function(){elem++;Animate(elem)});
    }, 50);
}
$('h2').mouseenter(function() {
    Animate('0');
}).mouseleave(function() {});
<h2>OWEN MELBOURNE</h2>

The only problem with that (and I'd hardly call it a problem) is that your code attempts to color toe space between the words (and obviously fails), resulting in a noticeable lapse between highlighting the N and the M between the two words.

@ElliotBonneville - If it's a problem for the OP it can be easily changed.

thanks a lot also! this is another great help to me!! works beautifully! - yeah the time lapse is noticeable but i'll add a statement into the convert string to array that will drop the blank space :) thanks!

@OwenMelbourne- No problem. If you need me to post a modified jsFiddle just let me know.

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I dont know what is you want but if i understand it, this is u need. I dont it like this, but u know what u want. Here for help. Regards!

var clicked=false;
$(".crossRotate").on('click', function(){
    if(clicked){
        clicked=false;
        $(".content-wrapper").animate({"height": "162px"});
    }else{
        clicked=true;
        $(".content-wrapper").animate({"height": "280px"});
    }
});

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So, here's a JavaScript implementation that is as simple as it gets. You're going to want to read up on jQuery, and specifically animations if you want to customize this even a little bit.

Essentially, the only important aspect of this is:

bigImage.animate({opacity: .1 }, function() { 

      $(this).attr('src', imageArray[imageIndex]) 

  });

So what is happening here, is you're selected the Img, and animating it's opacity. Once the opacity has reached .1, the callback function takes the same element and relplaces the img.src. This gives off the appearance of an image fading in and out.

before you can run this, you must include a link to the jQuery source file

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I want to slide whole tbody and I've managed this problem by combining fade and slide effects.

I've done this in 3 stages (2nd and 3rd steps are replaced in case you want to slide down or up)

  • Fading all td and th,

Example of slideUp:

tbody.css('height', tbody.css('height'));
tbody.find('td, th').fadeOut(200, function(){
    tbody.slideUp(300)
});

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I want to slide whole tbody and I've managed this problem by combining fade and slide effects.

I've done this in 3 stages (2nd and 3rd steps are replaced in case you want to slide down or up)

  • Fading all td and th,

Example of slideUp:

tbody.css('height', tbody.css('height'));
tbody.find('td, th').fadeOut(200, function(){
    tbody.slideUp(300)
});

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If you don't want smooth scrolling, you can cheat and stop the smooth scrolling animation pretty much as soon as you start it... like so:

$(document).ready(function() {
      $("a[href='#top']").click(function() {
          $("html, body").animate({ scrollTop: 0 }, "1");              
          $('html, body').stop(true, true);

          //Anything else you want to do in the same action goes here

          return false;                              
      });
  });

I've no idea whether it's recommended/allowed, but it works :)

When would you use this? I'm not sure, but perhaps when you want to use one click to animate one thing with Jquery, but do another without animation? ie open a slide-in admin login panel at the top of the page, and instantly jump to the top to see it.

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If you don't want smooth scrolling, you can cheat and stop the smooth scrolling animation pretty much as soon as you start it... like so:

$(document).ready(function() {
      $("a[href='#top']").click(function() {
          $("html, body").animate({ scrollTop: 0 }, "1");              
          $('html, body').stop(true, true);

          //Anything else you want to do in the same action goes here

          return false;                              
      });
  });

I've no idea whether it's recommended/allowed, but it works :)

When would you use this? I'm not sure, but perhaps when you want to use one click to animate one thing with Jquery, but do another without animation? ie open a slide-in admin login panel at the top of the page, and instantly jump to the top to see it.

Scroll to the top of the page using JavaScript/jQuery? - Stack Overflo...

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If you don't want smooth scrolling, you can cheat and stop the smooth scrolling animation pretty much as soon as you start it... like so:

$(document).ready(function() {
      $("a[href='#top']").click(function() {
          $("html, body").animate({ scrollTop: 0 }, "1");              
          $('html, body').stop(true, true);

          //Anything else you want to do in the same action goes here

          return false;                              
      });
  });

I've no idea whether it's recommended/allowed, but it works :)

When would you use this? I'm not sure, but perhaps when you want to use one click to animate one thing with Jquery, but do another without animation? ie open a slide-in admin login panel at the top of the page, and instantly jump to the top to see it.

Scroll to the top of the page using JavaScript/jQuery? - Stack Overflo...

javascript jquery scroll
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If you don't want smooth scrolling, you can cheat and stop the smooth scrolling animation pretty much as soon as you start it... like so:

$(document).ready(function() {
      $("a[href='#top']").click(function() {
          $("html, body").animate({ scrollTop: 0 }, "1");              
          $('html, body').stop(true, true);

          //Anything else you want to do in the same action goes here

          return false;                              
      });
  });

I've no idea whether it's recommended/allowed, but it works :)

When would you use this? I'm not sure, but perhaps when you want to use one click to animate one thing with Jquery, but do another without animation? ie open a slide-in admin login panel at the top of the page, and instantly jump to the top to see it.

Scroll to the top of the page using JavaScript/jQuery? - Stack Overflo...

javascript jquery scroll