jQuery doTimeout plugin v0.3


The doTimeout plugin does everything that setTimeout does, but allows you to more easily cancel individual timeouts, override existing timeouts with new ones, and even force execution of a callback before its timeout is set to run. In addition to all those convenience features, doTimeout is fully jQuery chainable.

Check out the documentation and examples over at the doTimeout plugin page now, and let me know if you have any questions, comments, or suggestions!

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