How to Globally disable/enable all animations in jQuery ?

To globally disable/enable all animations in jQuery, we can use the property.

When is set to true, all animations will be disabled. When it is set to false, animations will be enabled.

Here's an example of how to disable all animations globally: = true;

And here's an example of how to enable all animations globally: = false;

Alternatively, we can use the object to check if animations are supported and then disable/enable them accordingly. Here's an example:

if ( { = false; // animations are supported, enable them
} else { = true; // animations are not supported, disable them

Note that disabling animations globally may affect the user experience of your website or application, so it should be used with caution. It's generally better to disable animations on a case-by-case basis, rather than globally.

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