CSS transitions attribute :)

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CSS transitions attribute :)
« on: 06-11-2010, 09:51:45 »
Hey guys ,

was just reading this months .net magazine and I saw a fantastic tutorial showing the new webkit-transition: and webkit-animation attributes from CSS3. It allows you to move and animate elements which basically means you don't need to use flash etc.

It looks pretty cool, unfortunately it's not supported in FF or IE, but it will be available to FF soon. So it's something to start dabbling in. I saw an example and it looks awesome..

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Re: CSS transitions attribute :)
« Reply #1 on: 06-11-2010, 12:08:41 »
Until IE will not support these attributes there is no any sense using it.
Is it sufficient for you to get only FF users?

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Re: CSS transitions attribute :)
« Reply #2 on: 06-13-2010, 05:39:30 »
Well if you want be a top line webmaster you gotta stay ahead of the game, and it's only through experimentation and playing arorund with new attributes in their early days that you'll be able to use them to an advanced level once they go live on all the browsers.

I'm pretty confident that IE will follow suit, but you never know! lol

Good post, I'm trying some cool things out with it right now!


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