Trigger layer event with JavaScript

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You can trigger a custom event with JavaScript code like this:

n2ss.trigger(document.querySelector('.n2-ss-slide-active'), 'eventname');

For example, trigger the "switch" event on slide switching at slider #10:

_N2.r('#n2-ss-10', function(){
    var slider = _N2['#n2-ss-10'];
    function(e) {
        n2ss.trigger(document.querySelector('#n2-ss-10 .n2-ss-slide-active'), 'switch');
If you need to trigger events on a static slide, use the .n2-ss-static-slide class instead.
n2ss.trigger(document.querySelector('.n2-ss-static-slide'), 'switch');
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