CSS transition and animate or transform with multiple properties

Transition:

The transition attribute can be used to create simple animations on a web page, you can use it to make the browser fade between two states and more. You have to specify the properties you'd lie to animate or you can specify 'all' which will tell it to just animate every property change. An example usage can be seen below, note that you need to place a comma between the properties that you want to transition/animate and also the need to specify a time for the transition, this can be integer or decimal:

-moz-transition: transform 1s, opacity 1s;
-o-transition: transform 1s, opacity 1s;
-webkit-transition: transform 1s, opacity 1s;
transition: transform 1s, opacity 1s;

You don't have to specify the -o-, -webkit- and -moz- properties but it does provide limited backward support for older browsers.

See w3schools for more on transitions.

Transform:

Transform works just like the transition attribute, the example seen below moves the element down 6px and rotates the element to a 45 degree angle, note that unlike the transition property, you do not need to place a comma between different transforms.

-moz-transform: translate(0, 6px) rotate(45deg);
-ms-transform: translate(0, 6px) rotate(45deg);
-o-transform: translate(0, 6px) rotate(45deg);
-webkit-transform: translate(0, 6px) rotate(45deg);
transform: translate(0, 6px) rotate(45deg);

Again, you don't have to specify the -o-, -webkit- and -moz- properties but it does provide limited backward support for older browsers.

See w3schools for more on transforms.


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Luke Alderton

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