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                <div class="target1">element 1</div>
<p>Show/hide element
  <button onclick="toggleBasic()">toggle</button>
<div class="target2">element 2</div>
<p>Show/hide element <b>slowly</b>
  <button onclick="toggleDuration()">toggle</button>
<div class="target3">element 3</div>
<p>Show/hide element slowly, with  <b>callback</b>
  <button onclick="toggleCallback()">toggle</button>
<div class="target4">element 4</div>
<p>Show/hide element slowly, with easing and <b>callback</b>
  <button onclick="toggleEasingAndCallback()">toggle</button>
<div class="target5">element 5</div>
<p>Show/hide element with a variety of <b>options</b>
  <button onclick="toggleWithOptions()">toggle</button>
<div class="target6">element 6</div>
<p>Show/hide element with <b>slide</b>
  <button onclick="toggleSlide()">toggle</button>
<div class="target7">element 7</div>
<p>Toggle visibility by changing opacity <b>slowly</b>
  <button onclick="toggleFading()">toggle</button>
<div class="target8">element 8</div>
<p>Toggle a <b>class</b>
  <button onclick="toggleClass()">toggle</button>
<div class="targetX">element 9</div>
<div class="targetX" hidden>element 10</div>
<p>Toggle visibility in <b>same class</b> elements
  <button onclick="toggleX()">toggle</button>






                function toggleBasic() {
  $( ".target1" ).toggle();
function toggleDuration() {
  $( ".target2" ).toggle("slow");//A milisecond duration value is also acceptable
function toggleCallback() {
  $( ".target3" ).toggle("slow",function(){alert('now do something');});  
function toggleEasingAndCallback() {
  $( ".target4" ).toggle("slow","linear",function(){alert('now do something');});//You may use jQueryUI as the core only supports linear and swing easings  
function toggleWithOptions() {
  $( ".target5" ).toggle(
    {//See all poosible options in:
        alert('now do something');
function toggleSlide() {
  $( ".target6" ).slideToggle();//Animates from top to bottom, instead of top corner
function toggleFading() {
  $( ".target7" ).fadeToggle("slow")
function toggleClass() {
  $( ".target8" ).toggleClass('active');
function toggleX(){
  $( ".targetX" ).toggle("slow");  

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