simple Image Crossfade using CSS3 Transitions – Live example
This is a quick and easy example on how to create image crossfade using only CSS to complete the task. It’s very cool looking and it can be set up in only a few minutes.
It works in all the modern browsers
All you need is two images to crossfade between and a few lines of code.
Image Crossfade using CSS3 example :
Explanation of the example:
images were given the id under a <div id></div> and then we use #crossfade to set up the layout. – ( in this example i had no need for it, but you will in your own work)
next #crossfade img then sets the opacity to 100% and also sets different browser compatibility and support of the transitions.
final part is #crossfade img. top: hover setting the opacity to 0% upon hover.
And thats it. ENJOY!
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