JavaScript Cross FadeThis is one sure question that every budding web developer would have in his mind.  Today I am going to explain how to achieve  cross fade effect using JavaScript and CSS opacity property. As always lets use pure 100% home grown JavaScript. No frameworks are used.



Its necessary for the element to have an id to identify for the cross fade function.


The JavaScript



You might have noticed two functions fadeOut and fadeIn. The function names define what they do.

The Concept

CSS opacity property of the element to be faded is increased / decreased using JavaScript. To achieve the fade effect the fade functions are recursively called while introducing a time delay with native JavaScript setTimeout function.

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