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Using CSS transitions

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Title:
Using CSS transitions
Using CSS transitions
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CSS/Tutorials/Using_CSS_transitions
CSS/Tutorials/Using_CSS_transitions
Tags:
"css","CSS3","CSS Reference","CSS Transitions"
"css","CSS3","CSS Reference","CSS Transitions"
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>" style="width: 130px; height: 173px; float: left; margin-right:5>" style="width: 130px; height: 173px; float: left; margin-right:5
>px;">Specifies a function to define how intermediate values for p>px;">Specifies a function to define how intermediate values for p
>roperties are computed. <em>Timing functions</em> determine how i>roperties are computed. <em>Timing functions</em> determine how i
>ntermediate values of the transition are calculated. Most <a href>ntermediate values of the transition are calculated. Most <a href
>="/en-US/docs/CSS/timing-function" title="/en-US/docs/CSS/timing->="/en-US/docs/CSS/timing-function" title="/en-US/docs/CSS/timing-
>function">timing functions</a> can be specified by providing the >function">timing functions</a> can be specified by providing the 
>graph of the corresponding function, as defined by four points de>graph of the corresponding function, as defined by four points de
>fining a cubic bezier. This <a class="external" href="http://cssg>fining a cubic bezier. You can also choose easing from&nbsp;<a hr
>lue.com/cubic">CSS transition function manipulator</a> is a conve>ef="http://easings.net/" title="http://easings.net/">Easing Funct
>nient tool to visually generate CSS transition timing functions. >ions Cheat Sheet</a>.
>You can also choose easing from&nbsp;<a href="http://easings.net/ 
>" title="http://easings.net/">Easing Functions Cheat Sheet</a>. 

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