jQuery toggle method lets you nicely hide web site elements or make them appear on the site. Its very powerful feature and you can add useful dynamic effects by using it. We have great list of tutorials which will show you how to accomplish this. We hope they will be useful!
The toggle() method toggles between hide() and show() for the selected elements. This method is also used to toggle between custom functions.
2. Jquery Tutorial : Toggle Effect on Hover/Click by Vikas Ghodke
Today we will learn how to get simple toggle effect on hover/click with jQuery. We will use Css and Jquery to get our final output. Check out the demo before getting into the tutorial.
I know there are a lot of toggle tutorials out there already, but when I was learning the basics of jQuery and the toggle effect, I had a hard time finding resources on how to switch the “open” and “close” graphic state.
After reading a few tutorials and mix and matching techniques I was able to achieve this effect, but wanted to share it with those who experienced the same frustration that I had gone through.
In almost all of my projects, I have been using jQuery to toggle the layer. So, I thought of sharing how easy it is to expand div layer and collapse panel using jQuery. When user clicks on the header, the content gets displayed by sliding down and when you again click on the header, the content collapses.
In a previous post I talked about how to show/hide a single div html code with a search inside. Today I’d like to show you how I implemented jQuery into my new theme.
As promised in my last entry, I’ll be showing you a simple effect that you can do using jQuery: showing or hiding something, or a group of things, on the page. The two functions that let us do this are, not surprisingly, show() and hide().
jQuery also comes with another function called toggle(), which will make matching elements visible if they are hidden or hidden if they are visible. So, let’s get down to business. We’re going to start with our $(document).ready() function.