jQuery Stop Animations

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To stop animations in jQuery, you can use the stop() method. This method is used to stop the currently running animation on an element. You can call it with or without parameters depending on your requirements.

The stop() method accepts two optional parameters:

  1. clearQueue: A boolean value that specifies whether to remove all queued animation as well or not.
  2. jumpToEnd: A boolean value that specifies whether to complete the current animation immediately and move to the end state or not.

Here’s an example of how you can use the stop() method to stop animations:

// Stop all animations on an element
$("#myElement").stop();

// Stop all animations and clear the queue on an element
$("#myElement").stop(true);

// Stop the currently running animation and jump to the end state on an element
$("#myElement").stop(false, true);

You can also specify the name of the animation you want to stop as a parameter to the stop() method. For example:

// Stop the "fadeIn" animation on an element
$("#myElement").stop("fadeIn");

// Stop the "fadeIn" animation and clear the queue on an element
$("#myElement").stop("fadeIn", true);

// Stop the "fadeIn" animation and jump to the end state on an element
$("#myElement").stop("fadeIn", false, true);

By using the stop() method, you can effectively control the animations on your web page and provide a smoother user experience.

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