Marius That’s just amazing. Great job. Working in Chrome, Firefox, Safari. Ok in Opera, only not moving :) Of course, not working in IE :p
That’s just amazing. Great job. Working in Chrome, Firefox, Safari. Ok in Opera, only not moving :) Of course, not working in IE :p
You are using wrong order of vendor-prefixes:
And the right order is:
Instead create propertie CSS “.l_arm,.r_arm” you can create a class arm applicated in the arm div and remplace “.l_arm,.r_arm” by “.arm”. I think that take less charactere
Sup up Hates off of CSS3
I think you just taught me how to draw in CSS :D
Great work man! keep it up!
put a bleepin pause button on it! the pause button doesn’t work!!!!!
Great job. Very beautiful!!!!!!!
You help me to open another window!!!English is not good,sorry
I love how this shows me and teaches me the new css techniques. Thank you very much!
The pause button doesn’t work, but the android does! Nice!
Yeah…I found this frustrating. I wondered why it didn’t look right even after following along. Then I copy and pasted the code…it didn’t look any different! The arms are WAY OFF and couldn’t get the body to show up at all!
So cute!THX for sharing!
Pause button works, but you need to hit the ‘play walkthrough’ button rather than just pressing play on the bottom.
You’ll notice the transition has only been applied to work with browsers that support -webkit- .
You can get the transition to work in other browsers (like firefoz, probs not IE) by following the same pattern used elsewhere in the code, by replacing -webkit- with -moz-, or even just having -’the code’.
Hope I helped others that noticed this, not sure why this was left out.
Why do you write div div in css? What does it mean?
Great job. Thanks for sharing.
Would I be able to get the head, left arm and right arm all to do the transition on hover over the body?
If so, how would you do it?
zawad, ‘div div’ targets any inside another