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Foos
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Hey guys,

could someone help me?! I search for a jquery plugin that make my words on the website fade in. “Fade” is the wrong word I think. I mean every letter of a word should follow another.

For example: “WELCOME” -> “W” after a short time “E” , than “L”, etc.

:)

Hope you understand what I mean.

EDIT : Like here for example: http://www.keimdesign.de/

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http://www.codingjack.com/drafts/letters.html

Feel free to use the source however you like :)

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@CodingJack lovely code.

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Thanks for that.



http://www.codingjack.com/drafts/letters.html
Feel free to use the source however you like :)
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http://www.codingjack.com/drafts/letters.html
Feel free to use the source however you like :)

Oh my god. How awesome?!

Thank you so much! Thumbs up! Perfect code!

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Great sharing thanks for information

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Hi CodingJack,

I’m trying to use the above code on a div that loads the text to a div via javascript. How do I make it work. My example:

in html

<div id="date"></div>

on page load (date computed using javascript)

<div id="date">Tuesday, January 10, 2012</div>

How do i make it work? I’ve noticed it works perfectly if i simply type the text in HTML but doesn’t work for text loaded via javascript.

Thanks in advance.

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Nevermind, I figured it out!

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Hi CodingJack,

I’m trying to use the above code on a div that loads the text to a div via javascript. How do I make it work. My example:

in html

<div id="date" />

on page load (date computed using javascript)

<div id="date">Tuesday, January 10, 2012</div>

How do i make it work? I’ve noticed it works perfectly if i simply type the text in HTML but doesn’t work for text loaded via javascript.

Thanks in advance.
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http://www.codingjack.com/drafts/letters.html
Feel free to use the source however you like :)
This is awesome!

How can I create a delay of 3 seconds before it displays the text after the page loads?

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