Drop effect using Jquery UI

Syntax of Drop effect using Jquery UI.

$( "#element" ).effect( "drop",{direction:value},speed,function(){

})
"drop" as effect. All other parameters are optional

speed (Optional)
It can take these values

'fast'
'slow'
time in millseconds

direction (Optional)
It can take these values

'left'
'right'
'up'
'down'

callback function: (Optional)
We can use a callback function to execute once the drop effect is over

Default drop effect, here d1 is id of our div layer.
$( "#d1" ).effect( "drop" );
Let's keep this inside a Click event of a button, here button id is b1
$('#b1').click(function(){
$( "#d1" ).effect( "drop" );
})
Adding callback Function:
We can display an alert window with message once the drop effect is over.

Here is the code
	
$('#b1').click(function(){
$( "#d1" ).effect( "drop",7000,function(){
alert('This alert is created by using callback function once the effect is over');
} );
})

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