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Title:
Using CSS transitions
Using CSS transitions
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CSS/Using_CSS_transitions
CSS/Using_CSS_transitions
Tags:
"css", "CSS3", "CSS Reference", "CSS Transitions"
"css", "CSS3", "CSS Reference", "CSS Transitions"
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n175      There is a single event that is fired when transitions compn175      There is a single event that is fired when transitions comp
>lete. In Firefox, the event is <code>transitionend</code>, in Ope>lete. In Firefox, the event is <code>transitionend</code>, in Ope
>ra, <code>oTransitionEnd</code>, and in WebKit it is <code>webkit>ra, <code>otransitionend</code>, and in WebKit it is <code>webkit
>TransitionEnd</code>. See the compatibility table at the bottom f>TransitionEnd</code>. See the compatibility table at the bottom f
>or more.&nbsp;The <code>transitionend</code>&nbsp;event offers tw>or more.&nbsp;The <code>transitionend</code>&nbsp;event offers tw
>o properties:>o properties:
n530              10.5 as <code>oTransitionEnd</code>n530              10.5 as <code>oTransitionEnd</code><br>
531              12 as <code>otransitionend</code>
t597              10 as <code>oTransitionEnd</code>t598              10 as <code>oTransitionEnd</code><br>
599              12 as <code>otransitionend</code>

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