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    Jquery animate() method is used to animate any element in the web page. It allow us to create custom animations.
    The syntax for this:

    $(selector).animate({params},speed,callback);

    The parameters of animate() mehod are:

    The params parameter defines the properties of CSS to be animated. The speed parameter is the duration of effect. It can be "slow" ,"fast" or "milliseconds". The callback parameter defines the function that is to be executed after the animation completes

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    Note: By default all html elements have a static position. So we must set the CSS position property of the element to fixed, absolute or relative.

    The following example demonstrates the use of animate() method on images:

    HTML:

    Note:You can see the demo of this example from the given file.

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