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Title:
timing-function
timing-function
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CSS/timing-function
CSS/timing-function
Tags:
css, "CSS Reference", animation, transitions
css, "CSS Reference", animation, transitions
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27        <img align="left" alt="cubic-bezier, example.png" class="30        The <code>cubic-bezier()</code> functional notation defin
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>otation defines a <a class="external" href="http://en.wikipedia.o>.org/wiki/B%C3%A9zier_curve#Cubic_B.C3.A9zier_curves">cubic Bézie
>rg/wiki/B%C3%A9zier_curve#Cubic_B.C3.A9zier_curves" title="http:/>r curve</a>. As these curves are continuous, they are often used 
>/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B%C3%A9zier_curve#Cubic_B.C3.A9zier_curves>to smooth down the start and end of the animation and are therefo
>">cubic Bézier curve</a>. As these curves are continuous, they ar>re sometimes called <em>easing functions</em>.
>e often used to smooth down the start and end of the animation an 
>d are therefore sometimes called <em>easing functions</em>. 

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