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It’s replacement, .on(), DOES NOT bind to future elements by default.
The following explains how to bind future elements using .on().
But what if you want to have a delay between effects on the current item?
In short – don’t use .each() for looping – and don’t use setTimeout for the delay.
We’re going to call items by index instead, optionally using a clever way to add a delay.
I found out it needed major rework!
There were all types of exceptions dealing with transparent png and gif files.
After spending 2+ days on it, I believe the following is a solid solution.
Stopping an animation with jQuery is easy.
But what if we want to “pause” and restart the animation?
Well, not so easy – so I dug in and figured a way to make this work cross-browser.
There are cross-browser concerns.
I’ve tested many ways to achieve it and in this post there is code that should work cross-browser. Let’s dig in…
intervalId = window.setInterval("moveSlide()",15000);
To stop animation the timer needed to be cleared. The conventional way is:
All well and good if you only have one timer on a page.