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    Hi I’m kind of doing my website with the links having a fading animation once the page loads. I tried searching on how to do it and luckily found people having a problem like mine. They were able to solve it eventually and it really looks good. But i was kinda hoping to do mine randomly fading as in, in random order.
    Please see this [codepen]( “codepen”) .

    I’m kinda new to the development so I’m not that proficient yet in figuring this out. I hope you guys could help me out. If a solution wouldn’t be available, just at least share some tutorials on how to make animation in random order. I am eager to learn.



    instead of incrementing i, you could create a function that generates a random number between 1 and 5, and have a while loop determine whether or not it is the same as the last number.

    for example:

    function getRand(max, min){
    var rand;
    rand = Math.floor(Math.random() * (max – min + 1) + min);

    return rand;

    And then wherever you increment i, make a variable called something like oldI and set it to i.

    var oldI = i;

    and then put in a while loop to repeat the random function until you get a new number.

    while ( i === oldI ){
    i = getRand(5, 1);

    I didn’t do a great job (not exactly sure how your code works, haven’t written jquery in a while), but here’s a forked example:

    Also I think my max/min values are wrong, you may want to do

    `getRand(4, 0);`

    and change the randomiser to
    `rand = Math.floor(Math.random() * (max – min));`


    Wow! I think you just did great here @Willson. I wish I could write jquery as you do but I’m still trying to. Anyway I think I’m gonna be needing a lot of tutorials about jquery. Thanks for the help! I’m sure there are others that will find this thread and your code helpful. :)


    Well, I had a play around with it and did a bit of Google-ing and came up with [something that works](”), but isn’t the final answer. Perhaps just a spring board.

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