Typeforme Information

This JQuery plugin allows you to attach an automatically typing feature to almost any element.
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$( "#sampleinput" ).typeForMe({
    whatToType: ["String Options 1", "Another String", "Third times a charm"],
    shuffle: true,          // shuffle the strings
    loop: true,             // Keep looping text?
    cursor: {               // Cursor character
        showCursor: false
    },
    attr: "placeholder"     // attribute to type (null == text)
});


$( "#sampleinput2" ).typeForMe({
    whatToType: ["This is typing into a DIV element", "Here's another line", "Last one since it's not looping"],
    cursor: {               // Cursor character
        showCursor: false
    }
});



$( "#sampleinput3" ).typeForMe({
    whatToType: ["Span element with a cursor", "Notice the cursor follows...", "Nice cursor, wanna dance?"],
    shuffle: true,          // shuffle the strings
    cursor: {               // Cursor character
        showCursor: true,
        character: "|",
        className: "typeformeCursor",
        blinkInterval: 550
    }
});
You can change the class name of the cursor span if you want to customize it like so:

.typeformeCursor {
    font-size: 22px;
}



This is text from the DIV below, I'll use it above, ya that just happened!
$( "#sampleinput4" ).typeForMe({
    stringsElement: {                 // if pulling words from an element on screen
        element: '#otherDiv',                // Element to pull from ('.class', '#div', etc...)
        delimiter: ","                // delimiter to check for strings within the above element
    }
});


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