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In Chapter 4, I introduced you to the Dead Hamster banner ad—a fair stab at creat-
ing a banner advertisement with open standards as opposed to Flash, which looks
cool and draws people in. Now you'll enhance the banner using CSS Animations,
Transitions, and Transforms.
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the example in the poster code download folder. You can also use this file as a
starting point from which to add animations. Here you'll look at some new code
additions to add exciting swooshy bits to the banner!
NOTE: The finished code example from this section can be found in
the poster-animations-transforms-transitions code download folder.
Look at the first frame ( <div id=”frame1”> in the HTML). This would look
deliciously cool (and not at all like a middle manager's PowerPoint presentation)
if you had the different items of text whooshing into the ad, no?
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ferent pieces of text, try these on for size:
@keyframes horizontal-left-150 {
from {transform: translateX(150px);}
to {transform: translateX(0px);}
@keyframes horizontal-right-400 {
from {transform: translateX(-400px);}
to {transform: translateX(0px);}
@keyframes horizontal-right-500 {
from {transform: translateX(-500px);}
to {transform: translateX(0px);}
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