Enhancing (and not degrading) the user experience


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Enhancing (and not degrading) the user experience

In the earlier movies in this chapter, you got a sampling of what Transitions and Transforms could do. Now the question is: when should you use them? To my mind, CSS Transitions and Transforms are enhancements to a site and should not be deployed to perform mission-critical tasks. Furthermore, when they are used, you have to make sure that the effects, when viewed through non-supporting browsers, degrade gracefully and appropriately. To show you what I mean, let's take a look at some examples of applying Transitions and Transforms.

First, let's take a look at a site that allows you to view movies and TV shows online. So if I click on one of the titles, Surface here, you can see we have some really nice moves happening. The background image slides up super-sized, and the box cover moves forward in front of it tilting, and lot of action here. I think it looks really good, and when we click the X to close, everything reverses itself, really super nice. If we take a look at that in another brow...

Enhancing (and not degrading) the user experience
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Enhancing (and not degrading) the user experience provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Joseph Lowery as part of the CSS: Transitions and Transforms

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