I have this code $(“div”).fadeOut(“fast”, ); and it never works, it always says, you must set your div opacity to ? I’m practicing coding on a website that’s why it tells me i’m wrong.
the fadeOut syntax is not correct, see http://api.jquery.com/fadeOut/
did you try deleting the space between the , and ? (“fast”,)
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