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Slider animation using CSS transform property

in CSS on July 31, 2021

There are multiple ways to add the animation I have in this post.

Step 1: HTML

Let’s add some HTML and create a container.

I’m going to use the empty div with class inner to add skewed boxes.

Step 2: CSS

Let’s add CSS for that and for the texts.

You can see the skewed boxed on top of the main container. Also, there are two additional classes left and right.

Step 3: JavaScript

Let’s use those additional classes to create the animation.

Also, we need to add opacity to 0 and then change it using JavaScript to create the text animation.

Again, many ways to do the same animation and I am sure there are better ways to do it too. Play around with the example.


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