The plugin requires that the div you want to hide is on the page. If it isn’t, it won’t work. Also, if you put the plugin on a different page, it won’t work. Also, it’s not a good idea to put the plugin on a different page that contains jQuery. It won’t work.
The plugin is great for hiding the contents of a div. It is definitely a better solution for hiding multiple divs. However, it has some drawbacks. First, it is only useful when the div you want to hide is on the same page, and it isnt. Second, the plugin doesnt work with jQuery, so if there are a lot of divs on the page and you don’t want to use jQuery, you have to use a third-party plugin such as HideDiv.
In order to hide multiple divs at once, you would use the hide() function. However, it would not work with jQuery, so if you dont like jQuery, you would have to find a third party plugin.
The main reason I like jQuery is because it’s so easy to use. In the beginning of the tutorial, I went to this site to learn how to use it. When I started, I had the problem of a huge gap in my learning curve and I ended up using it for a while. So I decided to use jQuery to hide divs.
You can also use jQuery to hide divs. You can find more information about how to do that in our Chapter 4: The Definitive Guide to jQuery. In Chapter 4 we’re going to go into a lot more details about how to hide all of the divs, and how to hide them with jQuery.
This page is not a good example of how to hide divs. And it’s a good example of what not to do. It’s also not clear that the page is being hidden. If you looked at the source code of the page, you would have found that the script is clearly visible.