Fading objects in and out


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Fading objects in and out

Fading a page element in and out requires by definition a transition, otherwise, the element would just appear and disappear. One of the almost 50 CSS properties supported by transitions is just what the doctor ordered for fading: opacity. In this movie I'll show you how to take an existing visible element and interactively fade it in and out. Let's look at our before and after version of the page we're going to be working on. The element in question are these SOLD and AVAILABLE labels below each painting, so I'll scroll down to the middle of the page, so you can get a better idea of what I'm talking about.

For older browsers this display of SOLD or AVAILABLE is okay, but for modern browsers, we want to clean up the display a bit and make it more interactive. So let me switch to the after depiction, and I'll scroll down, and now you'll notice that there is no SOLD or AVAILABLE label until I hover over an item and it fades up. Now if hover off into another painting, that o...

Fading objects in and out
Video duration: 5m 24s 2h 25m Intermediate

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Fading objects in and out provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Joseph Lowery as part of the CSS: Transitions and Transforms

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Web
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