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jQuery loop and target a specific <li>

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So I have a list item with 10 items in it, I have them in a carousel.

The carousel has only 5 of the <li> viewable and in those I want to target the middle one, even when some some scrolls the carousel.

I can target the third one like this $("ul li:nth-child(3)"), but when I scroll the third <li> moves in the direction of the carousel, I need it fixed on the third viewable <li>.

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by:Gurvinder Pal Singh
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rather than 3, make it n+3.
where n starts from 0, and increments everytime you scroll.
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Can you elaborate with some code, please?
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Gurvinder Pal Singh earned 2000 total points
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sure i can plug the same in your carousel code you are using. Please share the same
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