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Jquery Queue Effect


Learn to use jQuery create and Manage a Queue Effect.


jQuery Effect : Methods to Create and Manage Queue Effect

jQuery methods can be used to create queue of animation which are performed in a sequential order.

When multiple animations are performed on a single element, each animation is performed after the animation ahead of it is finished performing


Table : Methods to Navigate up the DOM Hierarchy

Selector Description
queue() To return the queue of effects to be performed on the elements in the jQuery Object.
queue(function) To add a function to the end of the queue
dequeue() To remove and execute the first item in the queue for the elements in the jQuery object.
stop()
stop(clear)
stop(clear, jumpToEnd)
To stop the current animation.
delay(time) To Insert a Delay between effects in the queue

jQuery Effects : Creating a Queue Effect

A queue effect can be created by chaining together calls to effect related method, however this is done using traditional jQuery animation methods.

Example: Creating a Queue Effect

Give it a TRY! » Note:All effects are applied in sequential order


jQuery Effects: Return the Queue of Effects using queue() Method

The jQuery method queue() is used to return the number of animations to be performed on the elements in the jQuery object.

Example: Return the Queue of Effects using queue() Method

Give it a TRY! » Note:All effects are applied in sequential order


jQuery Effects : jQuery queue(function) Method

The jQuery queue(function) method is used to pass function at the end of the named queue for all element in the matched set.

Example: jQuery queue(function) Method

Give it a TRY! » Note:All effects are applied in sequential order


jQuery Effect : jQuery Method dequeue() Method

The jQuery method dequeue() is used to remove the foremost function in the queue for each element in the matched set and execute it for each element.

Example: jQuery Method dequeue() Method

Give it a TRY! » Note:All effects are applied in sequential order


jQuery Effect: jQuery stop() Method

The jQuery method stop() is similar to closest() method, it finds the first ancestor that has a value for the CSS position property of relative , absolute or fixed.

These elements are known as positioned ancestors , these properties can be used while working with animation.

Example: Selecting Ancestors using offsetParent() Method

Give it a TRY! » Note:All effects are applied in sequential order


jQuery Effect : jQuery delay() Method

The jQuery method delay() is used to delay all unexecuted functions in the named queue.

Example: jQuery delay() Method

Give it a TRY! » Note:All effects are applied in sequential order