jQuery Stop Animations

The jQuery stop() method is used to stop animations or effects before it is finished.

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jQuery stop() Method

The jQuery stop() strategy is utilized to stop an activity or impact before it is finished.

The stop() strategy works for all jQuery impact capacities, including sliding, blurring and custom animations.



The discretionary stopAll parameter determines whether additionally the activity line ought to be cleared or not. Default is false, which implies that just the dynamic activity will be quit, permitting any lined livelinesss to be performed afterwards.

The discretionary goToEnd parameter indicates whether or not to finish the present movement right away. Default is false.

So, as a matter of course, the stop() strategy murders the present movement being performed on the chose element.

The following precedent shows the stop() strategy, with no parameters:


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jQuery Effects Reference

For a total outline of all jQuery impacts, if you don't mind go to our jQuery Effect Reference.