The. delay() method, which was added to jQuery in version 1.4, allows us to delay the execution of functions that come after it in the queue. It can be used with either the regular or custom effects queues. Only future events in a queue are delayed; for example, the no-arguments variants of will not be delayed.
In jQuery, the delay() method is used to set a timer that will delay the execution of the next item in the queue.
To make custom animations, utilise the jQuery animate() method. ... Syntax: The needed params parameter specifies the animated CSS properties. The duration of the effect is determined by the speed parameter, which is optional. It has three possible values: "slow," "rapid," or milliseconds.