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  1. You're going to want to make use of setTimeout. The syntax is as follows: setTimeout(function() { // Execute this code after the timeout of 1000ms }, 1000); Keep in mind that this function is asynchronous, which means $(document).ready(function(){ setTimeout(function() { intro('#hello', '#world'); }, 1000); setTimeout(function() { intro('#hi', '#all'); }, 1000); setTimeout(function() { intro('#hola', '#amigos'); }, 1000); }); Will execute all into functions after 1 second. This could be a solution: $(document).ready(function(){ setTimeout(function() { intro('#hello', '#world'); }, 1000); setTimeout(function() { intro('#hi', '#all'); }, 2000); setTimeout(function() { intro('#hola', '#amigos'); }, 3000); }); However that will quickly fail if the execution of the next function has to be 1 second after the previous function has finished (assuming there might be some delays/user input/processing inside the intro function) Hopefully that's enough information to get you on the right track to figuring it out
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