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Transitioning multiple properties

Transitioning multiple properties: Motion Design with CSS
Transitioning multiple properties: Motion Design with CSS

The easiest way to transition multiple properties is to use “all” as the property to be transitioned. This can have unintended side effects since every property change will be transitioned and each transition will have the same duration. Instead, Rachel demonstrates how to use the transition property to create a comma-delimitated list of transitions - each with their own duration and delay.

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