As I was creating a web application I realized that I had created multiple functions to handle the sliding up and down of different HTML elements. It’s very inefficient to have multiple functions or pieces of code that do the same thing. If you’ve taken programming classes you were probably told to use loops and method/functions when ever possible. Using methods and functions can save bandwidth and make web pages load faster because file sizes are smaller.
Function slideUpDown takes in one parameter, which should be the id of the HTML element you want to slide up or down. It takes that id and checks whether it’s currently hidden. If the element is hidden it will slide the element down else it will slide it up to hide it. Of course this function can be modified to use classes instead of ids, you would simply replace the “#” with “.” HTML
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