CSS Transitions and Transforms


This post contains the top three tutorials that cover CSS transitions and transforms

CSS Transitions and Transforms

CSS transitions and transforms can create animations that enhance the user experience on your website. In this tutorial you'll see practical implementations of CSS transition properties to define durations, delays, and easing functions as well as CSS transforms that allow you to rotate, scale, and move elements. Enjoy!

Understanding CSS3 Animations

CSS Transitions and Transforms

Animations, and movement in general, have come a long way in terms of web design. Animations that were once ostensibly limited to gifs, JavaScript, and flash designs are now possible with CSS3. This helps designers and developers build unique elements while cutting down on clutter and page speed. There are a number of things to understand regarding CSS3 animations and their use. With a little bit of knowledge, however, you can use properly placed animations to encourage user interaction and direct the user flow.

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Using CSS Transitions and Transforms

CSS Transitions and Transforms

CSS transitions and transforms have been a staple in the web designer’s toolbox for some time. Both CSS elements give you the ability to create unique, innovative animations and movements all with a couple of changes in your stylesheet. Further, all of this is accomplished without the use of third-party plugins or complicated JavaScript.

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Creating Customer Quote Overlays

CSS Transitions and Transforms

Within web design, there is a variety of methods you can use to display these quotes. One such method is to show the quote as an overlay on top of specific client logos. This technique has the added benefit of being able to condense a number of customer quotes into a defined space all without compromising your overall design. Another added benefit with this method is that it is all accomplished with CSS. No JavaScript is needed, making the following tutorial as lightweight as possible. The CSS increases the opacity of the quote content upon hover while simultaneously creating a transition effect for the logo. When put together, the total markup produces a minimal but effective customer quote section.

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