Hi,

You can use Effect.multiple[1] to apply the same effect to multiple
elements. So:

    Effect.multiple($$('.fade-in'), Effect.Opacity, { from: 0, to: 1,
duration: 1.5 });

[1] http://wiki.github.com/madrobby/scriptaculous/effect-multiple

HTH,
--
T.J. Crowder
Independent Software Consultant
tj / crowder software / com
www.crowdersoftware.com


On Mar 3, 5:27 pm, CaptainNoob <jacobl...@gmail.com> wrote:
> <ul id="menu">
>         <li id="nav_home" class="fade-in"><a href="/">Home</a></li>
>         <li id="nav_archives"><a href="/archives">Archives</a></li>
>         <li id="nav_contact" class="fade-in"><a href="/contact">Contact Me</
> a></li>
>         <li id="nav_google"><a href="http://google.com";
> rel="external">Google</a></li>
> </ul>
>
> ----------------------
>
> new Effect.Opacity('fade-in', { from: 0, to: 1, duration: 1.5 });
>
> Is it possible to fire scriptaculous effects with a class name rather
> than an ID? I tried putting $$('fade-in') , but that did not seem to
> work.
>
> Thank you for the help.
> Jacob

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