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Hello coders
My first week of using jquery, going well so far but met my first small hurdle.
I would like the div animation to finish before triggering the next function.
From what I have read I need to add a function after animate but when I try and adapt the code I end up with errors. I hope someone can solve this one for me. Thanks :)

<script>
$(document).ready(function() {
$('#slick2').click(function() {
$("#flash").animate({'width':'500px','height':'800px'},800);(pause/wait)
document.getElementById('main').height="800";
});
});
</script>
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Updated 8-Jun-10 7:26am
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You should use callback that will be called by jquery when the animation is complete:
$("#flash").animate({'width':'500px','height':'800px'},800, function() {
  // your code here: 
  document.getElementById('main').height="800";
});
   
Thanks for the fix Dmitry. It worked great.
I have made some alterations to my code. I am now triggering the javascript from a button inside a swf and have added another function 'scrollToTop'(last one honest) At the moment I have this...

function scrollToTop(){
$.scrollTo('0px', 600 );
var wait = setInterval(function() {
	if( !$("#element1").is(":animated") ) {
		clearInterval(wait);
		$("#flash").animate({'width':'500px','height':'800px'},800);
		document.getElementById('main').height="800";
	}
}, 200);
}


It works but looks messy to me, the downside is that '#flash animate' and 'main' are triggering at the same time. I would prefer the three functions to fire sequentially. Many Thanks
   
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