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jQuery div 1 fadeout div 2 fadein

Posted on 2011-03-16
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I have this HTML source here:
<div id="container" style="float:left;">
        <div id="div1" style="float:left; background-color:red; width:100px; height:20px;">Text1</div>
        <div id="div2" style="float:left; background-color:blue; width:100px; height:20px; display:none;">Text2</div>
    </div>

My problem is that I want "div2" to be hidden in the beginning and div1 visible. Then when I click "div1" and want it to fadeout and then I want "div2" to fadein. So now "div2" is visible and "div1" is hidden. So now I want to be able to click "div2" so it will fadeout and "div1" fadein.

Can anybody help me with this?
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