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What is that thing at the bottom of page? Is it just jquery or some Jquery+Facebook script?

How do I do exact same? Please provide sample code if possible.

Thanks.
http://www.kazowie.com

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Question by:IndianHero2001
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Pawel Witkowski earned 500 total points
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You mean that simple animation on click ? jQuery is enough, see the example. Just make sure that you have jQuery support added (<script type="text/javascript" src="jquery.js"></script>)

function createAnimElem()
{
 
var el=document.createElement('div');
el.style.width="30px";
el.style.height="30px";
el.style.backgroundColor="red";
 
var state=0;
var time=1500;
 
$(el).click(function()
{
   if (state===1)
   {
      state=0;
      $(this).stop().animate({
          width:"30px",
          height:"30px",
          opacity: 0.3
       },time);
  
     
   }else
   {
       state=1;
       $(this).stop().animate({
          width:"300px",
          height:"300px",
          opacity: 1
       },time);
   }
 
});
return el;
}
 
document.body.appendChild(createAnimElem())

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by:IndianHero2001
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Can you tell how I Stick that Div box you made to the bottom of page. So, when user scrolls, the div box appears at bottom only.
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by:Pawel Witkowski
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Yes of course - I did only an example. I though that you know a little about css.


function createAnimElem()
{
 
var el=document.createElement('div');
el.style.width="30px";
el.style.height="30px";
el.style.backgroundColor="red";
el.style.position="fixed";
el.style.bottom="0";
 
var state=0;
var time=1500;
 
$(el).click(function()
{
   if (state===1)
   {
      state=0;
      $(this).stop().animate({
          width:"30px",
          height:"30px",
          opacity: 0.3
       },time);
  
     
   }else
   {
       state=1;
       $(this).stop().animate({
          width:"300px",
          height:"300px",
          opacity: 1
       },time);
   }
 
});
return el;
}
 
document.body.appendChild(createAnimElem())

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