How to use CSS3 transitions

How to use CSS3 transitions

Everyone loves motion. Adding the fourth dimension (time) to a site design is the main way screen-based design stands out from print design. CSS Transitions are a simple method for animating properties of an element enabling you to enrich certain events in your web design, without the need of Flash or JavaScript.

The W3C aptly describes transitions on their website as “CSS Transitions allows property changes in CSS values to occur smoothly over a specified duration”. In other words, CSS transitions allow us to modify a property incrementally, creating a sensation of motion and imbuing designs with subtlety and emotion that isn’t possible with a quick change.

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