How to slide html?

only html

21st Feb 2017, 2:37 AM
MOORTHY M - avatar
3 Answers
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21st Feb 2017, 5:20 AM
Valen.H. ~
Valen.H. ~ - avatar
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@@ Nooooo! Valentin ^^ <marquee> is deprecated, and was never been an valid element in Html specifications: it's a very bad idea to use it... Only Html, you can"t. Html only is for static purposes, all the more. Html is inseparable from Css: using pure Css/Html is available on all browsers ( or even Html rendering engine ), contraly to JS, which can be not present, or desactivated by user ;) And with Css you can... but it require some skills, or to follow a model/tuto to lightly adapt: look at w3schools.com site, they have good stuff about that ( and JS too, but you find some pure Css solution for things as sliders ).
21st Feb 2017, 8:11 AM
visph - avatar
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Fun answer (click the search box): http://mrdoob.com/projects/chromeexperiments/google-gravity/ Another answer...DHTML. It just means HTML properties changes by script/css. The word you may want is 'easing' (ease in/ease out).
21st Feb 2017, 4:31 PM
Kirk Schafer
Kirk Schafer - avatar