HTML and CSS Reference
transition-timing-function: timingfunction [ ,timingfunction2,
where timingfunction is one of the following values:
cubic-bezier( number , number , number , number ) | ease | ease-in | ease-in-out |
ease-out | linear
The default value is ease .
<div id="d1" style="-webkit-transition-property: height, width;
-webkit-transition-timing-function: ease-out, ease-in;
transition-property: height, width;
transition-timing-function: ease-out, ease-in;
text-align: center;"> Click me </div>
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Chrome 2+, Firefox 3.7+, Safari 3.1+
• WebKit supports this property as -webkit-transition-timing-function .
Firefox browsers would use a -moz prefix.
• The similarity with animation properties suggests that CSS transitions may include
similar syntax or that one syntax form may prevail eventually.
• Firefox support is based upon a pre-release version currently numbered as 3.7,
though this is subject to change.
This property defines the text selection policy for various portions of a document.
user-select: all | none | text
where the default value all allows for selection.
<p> This is regular text you should be able to select it. </p>