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I want to create a slider div which move random position on the html documents with Jquery (animate function).
My HTML code is :-

<script src="scripts/jquery-1.8.3.min.js">
var temp=parseInt(Math.random()* document.body.clientWidth);
<button id="bu1">Start Animation</button>
<div style="background:#98bf21;height:100px;width:100px;position:absolute;">

when I run this its doesn't move that div ...
how to write that Math.Random value in CSS ????

thanks in advanced..
Posted 17-Apr-13 6:16am
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Solution 1

Change this
with this
temp = temp+"px"

it's like you are writing
  left: '100px';
wich is not valid
Moykn 18-Apr-13 8:10am
Don't understand why my answer was downvoted, despite jQuery treating number as pixels otherwise specified if he needs to use "%" or "em" this
or this
will still be wrong. Removing the line temp="'"+temp+"px'"; will make the code works but it's not showing what is wrong.
Brian A Stephens 18-Apr-13 8:47am
You are right, sorry. I changed my vote. Your answer is valid and applies to some alternate situations too. When I first read your answer, I misunderstood what you were saying.
Moykn 18-Apr-13 8:54am
Thank you. But you are right too, i know jQuery treats numbers as "px" and i should have considered this in my answer, to make it more precise.
Jayanta Chatterjee 18-Apr-13 8:54am
Thanks a Lotttttttttttt its works....
thanks again Sir....
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Solution 2

Instead of complicating it by adding the "px" (and inadvisably mixing datatypes), just leave it as a bare number. The JQuery docs state that
Property values are treated as a number of pixels unless otherwise specified.

So just remove this line:
Jayanta Chatterjee 18-Apr-13 8:54am
Thank You Sir....

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