In this exercise, you will make the cate wag it’s tail using the advanced CSS animation properties.
(martial art music)…- This one's really fun,…'cuz we get to play with Tuna's tail.…Who doesn't like to play with a cats' tails.…I tell you who doesn't like it, the cat.…So what we're gonna do,…is we're gonna change…the default CSS animation properties of Tuna.…So, I'm gonna actually go to the site,…and I'm gonna check to make sure.…So we want, is we want to make his tail wag.…Cats don't like to be pet, right?…So the idea is, that this tail should be wagging,…back and forth, to show an angry cat.…
And when you hover over him,…we want him to start wagging his tail,…because he's angry, because you're hovering.…But when you move your mouse away from his tail,…he'll stop wagging his tail,…it will go to paused.…You can do this, you have the power.…It's all you're gonna be doing…is manipulating animation direction…and paused, using classes and hover.…
Note: This course was created by Frontend Masters. It was originally released on 09/15/2016. We're pleased to host this training in our library.
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- Using animation in product design
- Creating a sprite animation with CSS
- Stateful transitions and supplemental animations
- Using developer tools to manipulate animations
- Jump cuts and in-betweening
- Static vs. dynamic animations
- Designing performant animations
Skill Level Intermediate
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