Jquery .show()

Posted on 2013-02-07
Last Modified: 2013-02-12
$(floatingElem).show(function () {
	$(document).on('click', createCloseMask);

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How do I get this script to not animate and just show?

At the moment it animates but I just want it to appear.

Question by:Al4ddin2
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Pyromanci earned 250 total points
ID: 38865821
Set the duration

$(floatingElem).show(0, function () {
	$(document).on('click', createCloseMask);

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you can also do: = true

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but that will globally set all duration for the jquery effects to be 0. So any place you want animation you would have to set the durations. So it comes down to what you need more of. Animations or no animations.

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StarbucksDrinker earned 250 total points
ID: 38868476

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will do it according to the JQuery docs.  If you need the inner function, then use
$(floatingElem).show(0, function () {	$(document).on('click', createCloseMask);

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