This one is annoying. Not for you, for users.

You can try it.

There's no HTML. Just JS. Here it is:

(function($) { var opacity = 1;$(document).ready(function(){
}(jQuery));
The variable opacity stores the current opacity of the text. The setInterval function in the page load event tells the browser to run the fade function every 100 milliseconds. If opacity is greater than zero, reduce it by 0.01. Then set the opacity CSS attribute of every <p> on the page.