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Folding Images Animation

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The inclusion of CSS animation, transitions, and transforms as Web Kit features had been announced as early as 2007. Another component of CSS3, the current draught specification run by the World Wide Web Consortium, is CSS animation (W3C).

Transitions from one CSS style configuration to another can be animated using CSS animations. Animations are made up of two parts: a style that describes the CSS animation and a series of keyframes that show the style's beginning and ending states as well as any potential middle points.

CSS animations provide three major advantages over conventional script-driven animation methods
  1. They are simple to use and don't even require JavaScript knowledge to make simple animations.
  2.  Even with a moderate system load, the animations function properly. In JavaScript, simple animations frequently don't work well. To maintain the performance as smoothly as possible, the rendering engine can use frame-skipping and other methods.
  3. By lowering the update frequency of animations running in tabs that aren't currently visible, for example, letting the browser control the animation sequence enables the browser to maximize performance and efficiency.

Example nth-child selectors

:nth-child(odd) or :nth-child(2n+1)
Represents the odd rows of an HTML table: 1, 3, 5, etc.

:nth-child(even) or :nth-child(2n)
Represents the even rows of an HTML table: 2, 4, 6, etc.

Represents the seventh element.

Represents elements 5 [=5×1], 10 [=5×2], 15 [=5×3], etc. The first one to be returned as a result of the formula is 0 [=5x0], resulting in a no-match, since the elements are indexed from 1, whereas n starts from 0. This may seem weird at first, but it makes more sense when the B part of the formula is >0, like in the next example.

Represents the seventh and all following elements: 7 [=0+7], 8 [=1+7], 9 [=2+7], etc.

Represents elements 4 [=(3×0)+4], 7 [=(3×1)+4], 10 [=(3×2)+4], 13 [=(3×3)+4], etc.

Represents the first three elements. [=-0+3, -1+3, -2+3]


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