Stop Divi Slider Module on Last Slide


The Divi theme comes with a slider module (and fullwidth slider module) which lets you display a slideshow in your pages. The slider modules include an 'Automatic Animation' option which causes the slides to change from one to the next automatically. Once the last slide is reached, the slider returns to the first slide and the animation continues. Here's how to run the animation only once and stop on the last slide, instead.

Stop Slider on Last Slide using Divi Booster

Divi Booster adds an option to the standard Divi slider module, allowing you to run the slider animation only once.

To use it, first go into the slider settings and ensure that you have Automatic Animation enabled for the slider, like so:

With Divi Booster installed, you should now see the added "Run Once" option:

Enable the option and save the settings / page.

Your slider should now run once through, stopping on the last slide.

The "Run Once" option is available in Divi Booster from v3.6.4 upwards for the standard slider, and v3.5.2 upwards for the fullwidth slider.

Method 2: Stop Slider Animation using jQuery

To run the slider animation just once, first add the following jQuery code to your site:

// Run slider animation once
jQuery(function($) {
    var sliderClass = '.slider-run-once'; 
    var $slider = $(sliderClass);
    var id = setInterval(
        function() {
            if($slider.find('.et_pb_slide:last-child').is(":visible")) {
                $'mouseenter mouseleave');
You can add this code to your site by pasting it into the "Divi > Theme Options > integration > Add Code to Head of your Blog" box.

Then for any slider you want to apply the "run once" effect to, simply give it a CSS class of "slider-run-once" in "Slider Settings > Advanced > CSS Id & Classes > CSS Class", like so:

Your slider should now run once through, stopping on the last slide.


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