When you want to hide something, you need to get the jQuery handle of the element you want to hide. So try this:
Or if you're calling at the Stage level, just:
Thanks Joe! That did it.
How would I know the difference between when to use normal jQuery and when to use Edge-specific code? For example, to play the symbol I use Edge-specific code, but to hide it I have to use regular jQuery. And as long as I'm on it, what is the difference between an element, a symbol and a symbol element?
A very important fact is that you have simultaneously two hierarchies :
• one made of symbol instances (may be what you call symbol elements ?).
You traverse it to fire play(), stop(), etc methods ;
• another one made of DOM elements.
You traverse it to fire hide(), show(), etc methods
You'll clarify all this by reading section Symbols vs. DOM elements in the following post :
Also look at section Traversing the symbol tree in the next post (part two).
You can also use the concepy of "toggle" jQuery function which is used in drupal sites.It is use to hide and display purpose. Here is simple code for toggle :