i4w_jdelay

Usage:

This shortcode applies a jQuery “animation” against an existing CSS Id or one created on the fly, depending on your input.

It enables the timed/delayed fading in and out of CSS elements

This shortcode does NOT supports conditional branching with [ELSE_jdelay].

Shortcode nesting is NOT supported.

Parameters:

id Name of the existing CSS #Id to which the shortcode should be applied. If not given, one will be created on the fly.
Default: none.
Required: no.
fadeout Determines whether the element will initially be displayed or not. If not given, 0 is assumed and initial display will be suppressed. Any value higher than 0 will display the element that many seconds before applying the remaining actions.
Default: 0.
Required: no.
delayshow Defines the delay in seconds until the element will be made visible.
Default: 0.
Required: no.
fadeshow Defines the gradual opacity steps in seconds until the element will be made fully visible.
Default: 0.
Required: no.
delayhide Defines the delay in seconds until the element will be made invisible.
Default: 0.
Required: no.
fadehide Defines the gradual opacity steps in seconds until the element will be made fully invisible.
Default: 0.
Required: no.

Example:

Please note that the closing shortcode tag is necessary if the shortcode is used more than once in a page or post.

API:

There is no API function equivalent for this shortcode.