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Triggering CSS3 Transitions With JavaScript

“Using JavaScript in your web page to trigger something”
At the beginning of this month I wrote a post accompanied by five demo pages that showed that CSS3 transitions could be triggered with a number of different events/states in CSS. That alone should help you see how these types of simple animations work. But let’s take this a bit further. Read the full article

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