jquery.typer.js can be used one of two ways:
If you just want to use the effect once, use
typeTo(). It can be used as follows:
This will do a one-time transition.
Now let's say you want to loop over a set of strings for the typing effect. Easy!
That code will start the effect on all elements with the
You obviously need to supply it with some source data. The
data-typer-targets attribute can be either a comma-separated string or a piece of JSON.
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