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Posted on 2016-11-23
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Hi, is there a way in jquery to find if a GIF has played completely?

Thanks.
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$("#gifID").load(function() {
       setTimeout(function() {
                  alert("done");
        }, 4000); // the gif finish after 4s
});

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Hi leakim971,

thank you for a solution. I have tried using your code in my page.

https://www.telstra.com.au/deals

my gift wrapper image gif, before it completes/loads shows the content below it. I can not figure out why. My wrapper image id is #gifIDmbl.

any help or thoughts please?

issue mainly happens in small screen devices. before the animation loads and played completely, the layer behind shows up.

Current animation duration is 5000 ms.
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your GIFs are really too big... 1,6min to load the page !!!
too big
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Hi leakim971,

thanks for that. I have removed that gif which took long time to load. anything else, do you think could be affecting?

thanks a lot in advance.
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we've two GIF like that : 7,7MB and 4.1MB is too much too
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