The jQuery.fx.interval property in jQuery is used to to modify the number of frames per second at which animations will run and to change the animation firing rate in milliseconds. Its default value is 13ms.
jQuery.fx.interval = milliseconds;
Parameters: This method accepts single parameter milliseconds which is mandatory. It is used to specify the animation firing rate in milliseconds. It default value is 13 milliseconds.
Example 1: This example uses jQuery.fx.interval property to change the animation firing rate.
Example 2: This example uses jQuery.fx.interval property to change the animation firing rate.
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