Stop() Method in jQuery:

If you want to stop any effect or animation before it fully loaded or finished at this time you can use stop() method to stop them.

The jQuery stop() method works for all jQuery effects like sliding, fading.


          $(selector).stop(stopAll, goToEnd);

In above syntax we passed two parameters in it. Both parameters are optional means if you don’t want to specify it the function will also work.

  • stopAll: Default value is false and if you assign it true than it will stop only the active animation or effect
  • goToEnd: Default value is false and if you assign it true than it specifies where or not to complete current animation or effect



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