Bounce effect using Jquery UI

Syntax of Bounce effect using Jquery UI.

$( "#element" ).effect( "bounce",{times:value,distance:value},speed,function(){

Here we have given "bounce " as effect. All other parameters are optional

Times: (Optional)
Number of times the element should bounce, default value is 5
distance: (Optional)
Distance in pixel the element has to travel , default value is 20
callback function: (Optional)
We can use a callback function to execute once the bounce effect is over
speed (Optional)
It can take these values

time in millseconds
direction (Optional)
It can take these values

Let us start with default bounce effect, d1 is id of our div layer.
$( "#d1" ).effect( "bounce" );
Usually it is connected to Click event of a button, here button id is b1
$( "#d1" ).effect( "bounce" );
We can add optional parameter times to manage number of time the effect should happen.
$( "#d1" ).effect( "bounce",{times:4});
Similarly we can add distance in pixels
$( "#d1" ).effect( "bounce",{distance:200});
WE can add callback function to this, the function will display an alert window with message once the bounce effect is over.

Here is the code with all optional values
$( "#d1" ).effect( "bounce",{times:10,distance:200},5000,function(){
alert('This alert is created by using callback function once the effect is over');
} );


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