In jQuery, you can chain together multiple methods (actions), allowing multiple actions to run on the same element(s), within a single statement.
The following chains together three methods to apply to the element with and id of #intro.
// change the color to red, slide the element up and then down $('#intro').css('color', 'red').slideUp(1000).slideDown(1000);
To make it more easily readable, it could also be written like this:
// change the color to red, slide the element up and then down $('#intro').css('color', 'red') .slideUp(1000) .slideDown(1000);
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