The jQuery.fx.off property in jQuery is used to globally disable/enable all animations. Its default value is false which is used to allow animation to run normally.
jQuery.fx.off = true|false;
Parameter: This event accepts two parameters as mentioned above and described below:
- true: It is used to specify that the animations should be disabled.
- false: It is used to specifies that the animations should be enabled.
Example: This example uses jQuery.fx.off property to disable the animation.
Before click on the disable button:
After click on the disable button:
Example 2: This example uses jQuery.fx.off property to disable and enable animation.
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