USE CSS3 TRANSITIONS FOR YOUR WEBSITE!!!

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Ever wanted to add transition animations to your website with ease? CSS 3 transitions are perfect for it. All the new browsers apart from IE support it, so you don't need to worry about imcompatibility. And what is the best part? Even though IE doesn't support it, it will degrade peacefully to no animation transition without any extra code. Isn't that cool? You can find out more about it here:http://www.w3schools.com/css3/css3_tr...
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Kevin

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Nazlie

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 Thank you for this tip, Kevin!  Very interesting.  Do you have a working example of how it works?

Nazlie
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Kevin

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There are lots of examples at http://www.w3schools.com/css3/css3_tr... Nazalie!

Kevin
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Thanks for those links, Kevin - they're very helpful!
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Kevin

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You're welcome!
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Wow this is neat! Thanks Kevin for sharing, I think we can use CSS3 transitions on the project that you, Andi, Shawn, and me are working on :)

Nathan
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Wow Nathan, that's actually a great Idea! I've also made a loading script and you can find it here:http://forum.yola.com/yola/topics/yol.... One thing though, I e-mailed Shawn this morning but I still havn't got my login details yet...

Sincerely,
Kevin
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I'll email you about it.