I’m having an issue with pure CSS-based rotation using transform: rotate() coupled with transition: transform. When rotating past 360 degrees, the transition causes a counter-clockwise rotation. See code below or on CodePen. I know I can just keep increasing/decreasing the degree value (e.g. 356->360, instead for 359->0), but this is for a React app and I’d like to simply use
I have React code with a CSS animation in a codesandbox and on my staging site. You will notice that over time, the animation timing drifts. After a certain number of loops it presents the text too early and is not in sync with the animation. I have tried changing the timing making the array switch happen faster and slower.
I am developing a ReactJs app, I need to animate a bus in a visual path. The bus should make stops. So the bus first go from A -> B , then when the user click a button it goes from B -> C , ect.. I have already made the animations and the logic Here I add classNames based
My JS code goes over each path, and adds a stroke-dasharray and stroke-dashoffset according to path length: Then, My CSS just animates the dashoffset to 0, while lowering the stroke opacity and raising the fill opacity: This works perfectly in Chrome – the animation shows the paths being drawn, but in Safari, the paths just show up without any animation.
I have been successful in animating stroke-dashoffset with value as <length> as folllowing However, I am trying to figure out how can I calculate the exact % value in css if I decide to use <percentage> instead of value. I came to know from this post that percentages are calculated in respect to the current viewport, which I tried as
I’m trying to change an inline style property of several items that have position info stored in a useState hook as well on the style property of each item rendered. I wanted to change the CSS value of all the items except the one I clicked on. I devised a function to do so, however when I try to update
When clicking the “big cookie” in cookie clicker, there is a popup showing how many cookies you earned (+276.341 septillion in this image), which slowly moves upward and fades out. I wanted to implement a similar feature in my game, I sucessfully made the moving up and fading out part with css animations, however, there will be more than one
My App.js is as below I set the state of ordering variable using a checkbox Then I use this to conditionally render the QuantityChange component like so All this works fine & the component is render as desired. I want to have a smooth transition of entry & exit of this component. The animation on entry works just fine but
For an intro animation, I want to animate two elements away from each other based on the outer container width to make it work responsive. Absolute positioning didn’t worked for me because initialy the two items has to touch each other or have a constant, fixed distance between them. Here is a representation of the animation: Answer I’ve just added
Here is my model. I would like this animation : When I swipe left, the month March takes the central place, and April replaces March in the right When I swipe right, the month January takes central place, and December replaces January in the left I literally don’t know where to begin, or how to achieve this. For the code