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speed is a string that represents one of three predefined animation speeds ("slow," "normal," or "rapid") or the number of milliseconds to perform the animation (e.g. 1000). This is an optional parameter that represents a function to be called once the animation is finished.

speed A string that represents one of the three predefined animation speeds ("slow," "normal," or "rapid") or the amount of milliseconds to perform the animation (e.g. 1000). This is an optional parameter that represents a function that should be called once the animation is finished.

JQuery animation is a way of manipulating HTML and CSS in order to create an animation on the fly. The most important features of jQuery animation are - easing, timing, easing functions, creating loops and more.

The animate() method in jQuery is used to animate an element with a specified duration. It can be used to create a sliding up and down effect, or it can be used to make an element bounce.

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