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There are a lot of new features in CSS3 like fade in / fade out, scale and rotate, animation etc; which help us to beautify our website to give it a new look with CSS3 features.
In this post we are going to create an effective animation with the help of
@keyframe. First we have to make some animation with the help of other CSS3 properties like in this example we are making the animation with transform and after that we can bind this animation to the selectors with help of CSS3 animation properties. Please take a look on the below code to make this animation.
This is a small example of CSS3 animation, hope you guys enjoying it. So what we have to do, first we have to prepare our DOM elements, take a look on blow example:
CSS3 becomes more and more popular now these days, It’s great combination with HTML5 helps to create incredible designs. But when we talking about the cross browser compatibility then the IE8 and below versions of IE is really a big challenge for designers. Well my this article is about to create effective and impressive 3D button with CSS3.
You don’t need to use any photo-shop or image editor software to create a 3D button for latest browsers. Because CSS3 has the ability to create the web graphics or web stuff like 3D buttons, animations, gradients effect etc. With the use of :active selector you can also animate the 3D button.
This will works only for modern browsers such as Chrome(1.0), Firefox (4.0), Internet Explorer(10), Opera(10.5), Safari (3.2); It will not work for non-webkit browsers, means no scale and rotate effect is seen.
The example for the scale and rotate is here:
<div id="container"> <div id="selector" class="chkani"> <img src="player_play.png" /> </div> </div>
now the CSS codes: