jQuery dequeue() Method

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jQuery dequeue() Method

The jQuery dequeue() method removes the next function from the queue, and then executes the function.


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Parameter Values

queueNameOptionalSpecifies a string containing the name of the queue.
By Default, queue name is "fx", the standard effects queue


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