Functionality:

Have created a simple browsing page navigation function. This is how the function should work:

1.) When a user click a "Start" button in page1, it will navigate the user to the 2nd page

2.) 2nd page is a games page whereby, upon navigation from the 1st page, a starting countdown timer will automatically display to notify the user that the game is starting in 3 seconds. Therefore, the display upon being navigated to page 2 should have 4 separate slides, each slides will display '3', '2', '1' and 'start'.

Hence I would like to ask for help how can I incorporate the fade-in counter code into my existing <script>??

Thanks

Code:

function fadeInCounter() {
  // Define "slides" and the "state" of the animation.
  var State = "Start1";
  // Global parameters for text.
  textSize(20);
  fill(139, 69, 19);

  var draw = function() {
    // Slide 1.
    if (State === "Start1") {
      background(205, 201, 201);
      text("3", 200, 200);
      Slide1 -= 5;
      if (Slide1 <= 0) {
        background(205, 201, 201);
        State = "Start2";
      }
    }
    // Slide 2.
    if (State === "Start2") {
      background(205, 201, 201);
      text("2", 200, 200);
      Slide2 -= 5;
      if (Slide2 <= 0) {
        background(205, 201, 201);
        State = "Start3";
      }
    }
    // Slide 3.
    if (State === "Start3") {
      background(205, 201, 201);
      text("1", 200, 200);
      Slide3 -= 5;
      if (Slide3 <= 0) {
        background(205, 201, 201);
        State = "End";
      }
    }

    // Ending frame.
    if (State === "End") {
      background(205, 201, 201);
      text("Start.", 180, 200);
    }
  };

}
<div id="page2" class="img-wrapper" align="center" style=" position: relative; background-image: url(Image/Page2.png); background-repeat: no-repeat; display: none; width: 100%;height: 100%;">

  <div id="fadeinCountDown"></div>


  <canvas id="canvas" width="300" height="300">
  </canvas>
  <canvas id="Counter" width="300" height="300">
  </canvas>
  <img id="roller" style="position:relative; top:1250px;" src="Image/Roller.png">
  <img id="scroll" style="position:absolute; top: 1250px; left: 380px; overflow-y: auto;" src="Image/Scroll.png">
</div>

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where is the js code you have tried so far? can you set up a jsfiddle with your attempt too? – Lelio Faieta Nov 12 '15 at 9:28
   
@LelioFaieta I have added in what I have tried but I have no idea how to incorporate it in\. Please help – Luke Nov 12 '15 at 9:45

Following is a fade in/out timer. JSFiddle.

Also I have taken liberty to use single div instead of multiple divs.

var count = 3;

function updateTimer(){
    if(count > 0){
        $("#content").fadeOut('slow', function(){
        	$("#content").text(count);
            $("#content").fadeIn();
            count--;
        });
        
    }
    else if(count == 0){
        $("#content").fadeOut('slow', function(){
        	$("#content").text("Start");
            $("#content").fadeIn();
            count--;
        });
        
    }
    else {
    	$("#content").fadeOut();
        clearInterval(interval);
    }
    
}

var interval = setInterval(function(){updateTimer()},2000)
#content{
    font-size:26px;
    color:red;
    text-align:center;
}
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.11.1/jquery.min.js"></script>
<div id="content"></div>


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