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A Bit About CSS Transition Property

by Alexandra Mladenovic2mApril 17th, 2018
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If you are bored because you have to play with text and color in web design, let me introduce you to unique, bombshell, explosion-worthy property. OK, maybe not so much explosive but you are going to enjoy it. CSS follows and supports your willing to spice things up and that is why there is a <strong><em>transition</em></strong><em> option</em>.

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