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How to create a placeholder loader (throbber) using CSS?

in CSS on August 1, 2021

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How to create a full screen loader using CSS and JavaScript?

The idea is to add an outer placeholder span with an inner span.

Add a background-image with linear-gradient to the inner span and animate it.

Let’s start.

We can just have a simple HTML loading texts just like this:

Or even this kind of gradient image would work too:

Or even better. Gradient with an animation.


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