Splash and Coming Soon Page Effects with CSS3

CSS3 opens up so many crazy possibilities and today we want to show you how to go wild with splash and coming soon page effects using CSS3 animations. We'll experiment with animation sequences and how to bring some life to some simple elements.

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CSS3 opens up so many crazy possibilities and today we want to show you how to go wild with splash and coming soon page effects using CSS3 animations. We’ll experiment with animation sequences and how to bring some life to some simple elements.

The cute shoe photos that we are using in the first demo are by lovely Amira Almajid and you can find the set here.

Please note that the animations will only work in modern browsers that support them.

In order not to bloat the tutorial, I’ve omitted the CSS vendor prefixes but you’ll find them in the downloadable files.
So, let’s go nuts!

Example 1

SplashComingSoon01
Please note, that I added a longer delay for this example to give some time to load the images.

The first example will have a couple of elements that we’ll animate. The theme for this example will be a coming soon page.
We’ll have a main container with a content area. Inside, we’ll place some rows for the thumbnails. Also, we’ll have a content row for the main headlines. After we show the main content area, we’ll slide in the side element which will contain an email imput:

The Markup

<div class="sp-container">
	<div class="sp-content">
		<div class="sp-row">
			<span><img src="images/example1/1.png" /></span>
			<span><img src="images/example1/2.png" /></span>
			<span><img src="images/example1/3.png" /></span>
			<span><img src="images/example1/4.png" /></span>
			<span><img src="images/example1/5.png" /></span>
		</div>
		<div class="sp-row sp-side-row">
			<span><img src="images/example1/11.png" /></span>
			<span><img src="images/example1/12.png" /></span>
		</div>
		<div class="sp-row sp-content-row">
			<h1>Coming Soon</h1>
			<h2>Designer Shoes that you dream of for incredible prices</h2>
			<h1 class="sp-title"><em>Little</em> Blue Shoe</h1>
		</div>
		<div class="sp-row sp-side-row">
			<span><img src="images/example1/13.png" /></span>
			<span><img src="images/example1/14.png" /></span>
		</div>
		<div class="sp-row">
			<span><img src="images/example1/6.png" /></span>
			<span><img src="images/example1/7.png" /></span>
			<span><img src="images/example1/8.png" /></span>
			<span><img src="images/example1/9.png" /></span>
			<span><img src="images/example1/10.png" /></span>
		</div>
		<div class="sp-arrow"></div>
	</div>
	<div class="sp-side">
		<h2>Be the first to know:</h2>
		<div class="sp-input">
			<input type="text" value="Your email"/>
			<a href="index.html">Go</a>
		</div>
	</div>
</div>

Ok, now the exciting part: the CSS!

The CSS

So the main idea of this example is the following sequence of animations:

  1. Thumbnails appear with fromBack.
  2. First h1 appears with fromBack.
  3. Sub headline h2 appears with fromBack.
  4. First h1 and sub headline h2 disappear with fadeOut.
  5. Thumbnails start disappearing sequentially with fadeOut and second h1 appears with fadeInColor. Also, the content moves to the left and scales down with sizeDownMove.
  6. Arrow and side content slide from the left with slideIn

Let’s center the main container and position the content absolutely:

.sp-container {
	position: relative;
	width: 1000px;
	height: 600px;
	margin: -40px auto 0 auto;
}
.sp-content {
	position: absolute;
	z-index: 100;
	width: 800px;
	height: 600px;
	left: 0px;
	top: 0px;
	animation: sizeDownMove 0.9s ease-in-out 6s backwards;
	transform: scale(0.6);
	transform-origin: 0% 50%;
}

As you can see, we are applying an animation to the content which will move and scale it, but only after 6 seconds. We’ll have a look at those animations later.

The arrow will also be an absolutely positioned element with a background image:

.sp-arrow {
	background: transparent url(../images/arrow.png) no-repeat top left;
	position: absolute;
	top: 50%;
	margin-top: -77px;
	left: 82%;
	width: 198px;
	height: 155px;
	animation: slideIn 0.6s ease-in-out 6s backwards;
	z-index: 100;
}

The side element will contain the email input and we’ll place it on the right side of the screen:

.sp-side {
	width: 460px;
	height: 300px;
	position: absolute;
	right: 10px;
	top: 25%;
	animation: slideIn 0.6s ease-in-out 6s backwards;
}

The arrow and the side element will both slide in, but we’ll look at that in a minute.

Let’s style the headline:

.sp-side h2 {
	font-size: 70px;
	padding: 20px 0px;
	text-align: center;
	color: #fff;
	text-transform: uppercase;
	text-shadow: 1px 1px 2px rgba(0,0,0,0.2);
	font-family: 'Unlock', Arial, sans-serif;
}

…and the input wrapper with the text input and the button:

.sp-input {
	background-color: rgba(255,255,255,0.3);
	height: 30px;
	padding: 20px;
	border-radius: 10px;
	margin: 0 auto;
	width: 260px;
}
.sp-input input[type="text"] {
	width: 210px;
	padding: 6px;
	background-color: #fff;
	border: 1px solid #ddd;
	border-radius: 4px;
	float: left;
	font-family: 'Cookie', serif;
	font-size: 18px;
}
.sp-input input[type="text"]:focus {
	outline-color: #acdacf;
}
.sp-input a {
	float: left;
	background-color: #418e7b;
	color: #fff;
	width: 30px;
	height: 30px;
	border: none;
	border-radius: 50%;
	margin-left: 5px;
	text-align: center;
	line-height: 30px;
	cursor: pointer;
	font-family: 'Unlock', Arial, sans-serif;
}
.sp-input a:hover {
	background-color: #fff;
	color: #418e7b;
}

Now, let’s look at the stuff inside of the main content. First, we’ll style the headline which will be animated to appear coming from the back and then later we’ll fade it out:

.sp-content h1:first-child {
	font-size: 100px;
	text-align: center;
	color: #fff;
	text-transform: uppercase;
	text-shadow: 1px 1px 2px rgba(0,0,0,0.2);
	line-height: 80px;
	padding: 30px 0px 20px 0px;
	font-family: 'Unlock', Arial, sans-serif;
	animation: 
		fromBack 1.2s ease-in-out 1.5s backwards, 
		fadeOut 0.5s linear 4.5s forwards;
}

The second headline will only fade in later, after the first one’s gone:

.sp-content h1.sp-title {
	font-size: 90px;
	line-height: 80px;
	position: absolute;
	top: 50px;
	left: 160px;
	width: 470px;
	border-radius: 50%;
	background-color: rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.3);
	padding-top: 155px;
	height: 305px;
	text-transform: uppercase;
	text-align: center;
	color: #518f7e;
	text-shadow: 1px 1px 1px rgba(255,255,255,0.9);
	font-family: 'Unlock', Arial, sans-serif;
	animation: fadeInColor 1.2s linear 5.2s backwards;
}
.sp-content h1:last-child em {
	font-family: 'Cookie', serif;
	text-transform: none;
}

The sub headline will, just like the first H1, appear and then fade out:

.sp-content h2 {
	font-size: 36px;
	text-align: center;
	color: #518f7e;
	font-family: 'Cookie', serif;
	text-shadow: 1px 1px 1px rgba(255,255,255,0.9);
	opacity: 0;
	animation: 
		fromBack 0.6s ease-in-out 2.6s backwards, 
		fadeOut 0.5s linear 4.5s backwards;
}

Now, let’s style those rows to place the thumbs:

.sp-content-row {
	width: 466px;
	height: 300px;
	float: left;
}
.sp-side-row {
	width: 150px;
	float: left;
}
.sp-row img {
	display: block;
	z-index: 1000;
	position: relative;
}

Each of the thumb spans are as well appear by scaling them from 0 to 1 which will make it look as if they come in from the back. Then later, we want to fade them out:

.sp-row span {
	position: relative;
	float: left;
	margin: 2px;
	z-index: 100;
	transform: scale(1);
	opacity: 0;
	animation: 
		fromBack 0.4s linear backwards, 
		fadeOut 0.3s linear backwards;
}

We want to create a sequence where each following thumb appears and disappears with a delay. So, we will take each row and specify those delays for each span child element. Notice that the 4th row is the one on the right side, so we make it appear as if we go clockwise:

.sp-row:nth-child(1) span:nth-child(1) {
	animation-delay: 0s, 5s;
}
.sp-row:nth-child(1) span:nth-child(2) {
	animation-delay: 0.1s, 5.1s;
}
.sp-row:nth-child(1) span:nth-child(3) {
	animation-delay: 0.2s, 5.2s;
}
.sp-row:nth-child(1) span:nth-child(4) {
	animation-delay: 0.3s, 5.3s;
}
.sp-row:nth-child(1) span:nth-child(5) {
	animation-delay: 0.4s, 5.4s;
}
.sp-row:nth-child(4) span:nth-child(1) {
	animation-delay: 0.5s, 5.5s;
}
.sp-row:nth-child(4) span:nth-child(2) {
	animation-delay: 0.6s, 5.6s;
}
.sp-row:nth-child(5) span:nth-child(5) {
	animation-delay: 0.7s, 5.7s;
}
.sp-row:nth-child(5) span:nth-child(4) {
	animation-delay: 0.8s, 5.8s;
}
.sp-row:nth-child(5) span:nth-child(3) {
	animation-delay: 0.9s, 5.9s;
}
.sp-row:nth-child(5) span:nth-child(2) {
	animation-delay: 1s, 6s;
}
.sp-row:nth-child(5) span:nth-child(1) {
	animation-delay: 1.1s, 6.1s;
}
.sp-row:nth-child(2) span:nth-child(2) {
	animation-delay: 1.2s, 6.2s;
}
.sp-row:nth-child(2) span:nth-child(1) {
	animation-delay: 1.3s, 6.3s;
}

Let’s create a little pseudo element to decorate the thumbs with a circle in the backround:

.sp-row span:before {
	content: '';
	position: absolute;
	background-color: rgba(255,255,255,0.3);
	width: 100px;
	height: 100px;
	top: 50%;
	left: 50%;
	margin: -50px 0 0 -50px;
	border-radius: 50%;
}

Now, let’s take a look at the animations.

The first animation simply fades out an element by setting the opacity from 1 to 0:

@keyframes fadeOut{
	0%{
		opacity: 1;
	}
	100%{
		opacity: 0;
	}
}

fadeInColor will fade in the element and set a rgba background color. But the opacity level of the rgba will only pass 0 when the opacity of the element itself reaches 0.5. This basically shows the content of the element first and then “fades in” the background. We want the for the second headline:

@keyframes fadeInColor{
	0%{
		opacity: 0;
		background-color: rgba(255,255,255,0);
	}
	50%{
		opacity: 0.5;
		background-color: rgba(255,255,255,0);
	}
	100%{
		opacity: 1;
		background-color: rgba(255,255,255,0.3);
	}
}

The next animation simply makes an element slide in and appear from the left side:

@keyframes slideIn{
	0%{
		opacity: 0;
		transform: translateX(-200px);
	}
	100%{
		opacity: 1;
		transform: translateX(0px);
	}
}

sizeDownMove will scale down the element and move it from left 100px to left 0px. We could also use translate here but since our element is absolute, we can just play with the left:

@keyframes sizeDownMove{
	0%{
		transform: scale(1);
		left: 100px;
	}
	100%{
		transform: scale(0.6);
		left: 0px;
	}
}

The next animation will make an element appear to be coming from the back by scaling it from 0 to 1 and also setting the opacity from 0 to 1:

@keyframes fromBack{
	0%{
		transform: scale(0);
		opacity: 0;
	}
	100%{
		transform: scale(1);
		opacity: 1;
	}
}

And that’s all the animations for example 1! Let’s take a look at the next example which will be a bit simpler, I promise!

Example 2

SplashComingSoon02

How about a splash page where we show some thoughtful titles in a sequence? In this example, we’ll simply show some sentences one after the other with a nice blurry fade in effect.

The Markup

We’ll again have a container and a content div with some frames inside, each one for a different sentence. Additionally, we’ll have a globe and a link element that will only appear in the end:

<div class="sp-container">
	<div class="sp-content">
		<div class="sp-globe"></div>
		<h2 class="frame-1">It's destroying the planet</h2>
		<h2 class="frame-2">It's mass, mechanized murder</h2>
		<h2 class="frame-3">You can stop it</h2>
		<h2 class="frame-4">Now!</h2>
		<h2 class="frame-5">
			<span>Save the planet.</span> 
			<span>Love life.</span> 
			<span>Go vegan.</span>
		</h2>
		<a class="sp-circle-link" href="index2.html">Join us!</a>
	</div>
</div>

Let’s look at the style.

The CSS

Each headline is going to be centered on the screen and we’ll make each one appear and disappear using the animation blurFadeInOut:

.sp-container h2 {
	position: absolute;
	top: 50%;
	line-height: 100px;
	height: 100px;
	margin-top: -50px;
	font-size: 100px;
	width: 100%;
	text-align: center;
	color: transparent;
	animation: blurFadeInOut 3s ease-in backwards;
}

Let’s define the delays for each heading:

.sp-container h2.frame-1 {
	animation-delay: 0s;
}
.sp-container h2.frame-2 {
	animation-delay: 3s;
}
.sp-container h2.frame-3 {
	animation-delay: 6s;
}
.sp-container h2.frame-4 {
	font-size: 200px;
	animation-delay: 9s;
}

The last one will not have an animation itself but instead we’ll animate its spans sequentially:

.sp-container h2.frame-5 {
	animation: none;
	color: transparent;
	text-shadow: 0px 0px 1px #fff;
}
.sp-container h2.frame-5 span {
	animation: blurFadeIn 3s ease-in 12s backwards;
	color: transparent;
	text-shadow: 0px 0px 1px #fff;
}
.sp-container h2.frame-5 span:nth-child(2) {
	animation-delay: 13s;
}
.sp-container h2.frame-5 span:nth-child(3) {
	animation-delay: 14s;
}

The globe is an absolutely positioned element with a background image. We’ll fade it in after 14 seconds which is after all the previous animations finished. It will be scaled to occupy all the content area:

.sp-globe {
	position: absolute;
	width: 282px;
	height: 273px;
	left: 50%;
	top: 50%;
	margin: -137px 0 0 -141px;
	background: transparent url(../images/globe.png) no-repeat top left;
	animation: fadeInBack 3.6s linear 14s backwards;
	opacity: 0.3;
	transform: scale(5);
}

The “join us” link will be a cicular element that we’ll make appear with a rotation:

.sp-circle-link {
	position: absolute;
	left: 50%;
	bottom: 100px;
	margin-left: -50px;
	text-align: center;
	line-height: 100px;
	width: 100px;
	height: 100px;
	background: #fff;
	color: #3f1616;
	font-size: 25px;
	border-radius: 50%;
	animation: fadeInRotate 1s linear 16s backwards;
	transform: scale(1) rotate(0deg);
}
.sp-circle-link:hover {
	background: #85373b;
	color: #fff;
}

And now, let’s take a look at all the animations:

The first animation is for all the headlines that are going to appear and then disappear. We’ll simulate a blur effect by playing with the text-shadow and the scale:

@keyframes blurFadeInOut{
	0%{
		opacity: 0;
		text-shadow: 0px 0px 40px #fff;
		transform: scale(1.3);
	}
	20%,75%{
		opacity: 1;
		text-shadow: 0px 0px 1px #fff;
		transform: scale(1);
	}
	100%{
		opacity: 0;
		text-shadow: 0px 0px 50px #fff;
		transform: scale(0);
	}
}

The next animation is almost the same, just that we don’t want the text to disappear (this one is for the last headline that stays):

@keyframes blurFadeIn{
	0%{
		opacity: 0;
		text-shadow: 0px 0px 40px #fff;
		transform: scale(1.3);
	}
	50%{
		opacity: 0.5;
		text-shadow: 0px 0px 10px #fff;
		transform: scale(1.1);
	}
	100%{
		opacity: 1;
		text-shadow: 0px 0px 1px #fff;
		transform: scale(1);
	}
}

The globe will have the following animation that scales the element up and first increases and then decreases its opacity:

@keyframes fadeInBack{
	0%{
		opacity: 0;
		transform: scale(0);
	}
	50%{
		opacity: 0.4;
		transform: scale(2);
	}
	100%{
		opacity: 0.2;
		transform: scale(5);
	}
}

The next animation is for the link element. It will fade in while it’s rotating:

@keyframes fadeInRotate{
	0%{
		opacity: 0;
		transform: scale(0) rotate(360deg);
	}
	100%{
		opacity: 1;
		transform: scale(1) rotate(0deg);
	}
}

Example 3

SplashComingSoon03

In the third example we’ll be experimenting with moving around some text to introduce some product or app. In the end of all the animations we’ll make a call-to-action element appear.

The Markup

We’ll have again the same two containers and also two main wrappers for each side. The aim is to divide the area and play with the texts of the two sides:

<div class="sp-container">
	<div class="sp-content">
		<div class="sp-wrap sp-left">
			<h2>
				<span class="sp-top">What if you wouldn't get</span> 
				<span class="sp-mid">spam</span> 
				<span class="sp-bottom">anymore?</span>
			</h2>
		</div>
		<div class="sp-wrap sp-right">
			<h2>
				<span class="sp-top">Wouldn't that be absolutely</span> 
				<span class="sp-mid">great<i>!</i><i>?</i></span> 
				<span class="sp-bottom">Yeah, it would!</span> 
			</h2>
		</div>
	</div>
	<div class="sp-full">
		<h2>A great way to get rid of spam!</h2>
		<a href="index3.html">Sign up now!</a>
	</div>
</div>

Let’s look at the style.

The CSS

Initially we want to animate the content area which has a pseudo element representing a line in the middle. We’ll “open” it and make the line increase like that.
Then we want show the text on the left side by sliding it in from the right, sequentially. The same happens then on the right, just that we slide from the left. The spans with the class “sp-mid” will have a larger font size, and these are the elements that we want to still show after fading out the rest of the text. We’ll move the two larger texts up and squeeze the content area, i.e. decreasing its height which makes the middle line decrease. After that, we’ll make the resting elements with the sign up button appear.

SplashComingSoon04

The container will have a fixed width and height and the content wrapper first appear with the animation open and then decrease its height by applying squeeze. The latter will only happen after all the other text has faded out, hence the long animation delay:

.sp-container {
	width: 900px;
	height: 400px;
	position: relative;
	margin: 80px auto 0px auto;
}
.sp-content {
	width: 100%;
	height: 400px;
	position: relative;
	animation: 
		open 0.4s linear forwards, 
		squeeze 0.6s linear 5.5s forwards;
}

The line in the middle is created by a pseudo element:

.sp-content:after {
	content: '';
	width: 4px;
	background: #000;
	height: 100%;
	position: absolute;
	left: 50%;
}

The wrappers for the headlines will not show any overflow, that’s how we ensure that we don’t see any overlapping when sliding them:

.sp-wrap {
	width: 400px;
	padding: 0px 25px;
	height: 100%;
	text-align: right;
	font-size: 70px;
	line-height: 80px;
	float: left;
	position: relative;
	background: #ffdd00;
	overflow: hidden;
}

The h2 elements with the spans inside have the following style:

.sp-container h2 {
	color: #000;
	text-shadow: 0px 0px 1px rgba(0,0,0,0.9);
}
.sp-wrap span {
	display: block;
	background: #ffdd00;
	opacity: 0;
}
.sp-wrap span.sp-mid {
	opacity: 1;
}
.sp-container .sp-right h2 {
	color: #fff;
	text-shadow: 0px 0px 1px rgba(255,255,255,0.9);
}
.sp-wrap span.sp-mid {
	font-family: 'MisoBold';
	text-transform: uppercase;
	font-size: 160px;
	line-height: 130px;
	position: relative;
}

The “sp-top” and the “sp-bottom” will slide from the right and then disappear, and the “sp-mid” will move up instead of just fade out:

.sp-left span.sp-top {
	animation: 
		slideLeft 0.5s ease-in 0.6s backwards, 
		fadeOut 1s linear 4s backwards;
}
.sp-left span.sp-mid {
	animation: 
		slideLeft 0.5s ease-in 1s backwards, 
		moveUp 0.6s linear 5s forwards;
}
.sp-left span.sp-bottom {
	animation: 
		slideLeft 0.5s ease-in 1.4s backwards, 
		fadeOut 1s linear 4.2s backwards;
}

On the right side the same thing is happening, just that we slide the elements from the left:

.sp-right span {
	text-align: left;
}
.sp-right span.sp-top {
	animation: 
		slideRight 0.5s ease-in 2s backwards, 
		fadeOut 1s linear 4.4s backwards;
}
.sp-right span.sp-mid {
	animation: 
		slideRight 0.5s ease-in 2.4s backwards, 
		moveUp 0.6s linear 5s forwards;
}
.sp-right span.sp-bottom {
	animation: 
		slideRight 0.5s ease-in 3.2s backwards, 
		fadeOut 1s linear 4.6s backwards;
}

The question mark will be on top of the exclamation mark, and when we moved the two mid spans up, we will fade out the question mark to reveal the exclamation mark:

.sp-wrap i {
	position: absolute;
	background: #ffdd00;
	width: 60px;
}
.sp-wrap i:first-child {
	color: #000;
}
.sp-wrap i:last-child {
	opacity: 0;
	animation: fadeOut 1s linear 6s backwards;
}

The text appearing in the end is wrapped by sp-full and we’ll make it fade in and “zoom in” the sign up link:

.sp-full {
	position: absolute;
	font-size: 67px;
	top: 142px;
	width: 700px;
	left: 145px;
	animation: fadeIn 1s linear 6.6s backwards;
}
.sp-full a {
	background: #000;
	color: #fff;
	border-radius: 4px;
	padding: 10px 40px;
	display: inline-block;
	font-size: 40px;
	margin-top: 40px;
	animation: zoomIn 0.7s ease-in-out 7s backwards;
}
.sp-full h2 {
	width: 400px;
	padding: 0px 50px 0px 0px;
	float: left;
	text-align: right;
}
.sp-full a:hover {
	opacity: 0.8;
}

Now, let’s have a look at the animations.

The first animation is for “opening” the content area. This we will achieve by simply scaling its height:

@keyframes open{
	0%{
		transform: scale(1,0);
	}
	100%{
		transform: scale(1,1);
	}
}

The squeeze animation is not really squeezing anything because we are not using the scaling property here. We don’t want to because we still have some text inside the content area when we are applying it. So, we will simply decrease its height:

@keyframes squeeze{
	0%{
		height: 400px;
	}
	100%{
		height: 120px;
	}
}

The next two animations are simply for fading elements in or out:

@keyframes fadeOut{
	0%{
		opacity: 1;
	}
	100%{
		opacity: 0;
	}
}
@keyframes fadeIn{
	0%{
		opacity: 0;
	}
	100%{
		opacity: 1;
	}
}

slideLeft and slideRight will move an element from one side to the other by translating it:

@keyframes slideLeft{
	0%{
		transform: translateX(120%);
	}
	100%{
		transform: translateX(0%);
	}
}
@keyframes slideRight{
	0%{
		transform: translateX(-120%);
	}
	100%{
		transform: translateX(0%);
	}
}

And moveUp will move an element up:

@keyframes moveUp{
	0%{
		transform: translateY(0px);
	}
	100%{
		transform: translateY(-170px);
	}
}

The last animation will simply “zoom in” and element by scaling it from 0 to 1:

@keyframes zoomIn{
	0%{
		transform: scale(0);
	}
	100%{
		transform: scale(1);
	}
}

And that’s all! I hope you enjoyed this experiment with me and find it inspiring!

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Mary Lou (Manoela Ilic) is a freelance web designer and developer with a passion for interaction design. She studied Cognitive Science and Computational Logic and has a weakness for the smell of freshly ground peppercorns.

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  1. 2

    It seems sky is the only limit for creative people. So much people shud fallin in love with this tour.!! :)

  2. 3

    I <3 this site! Too bad not everyone uses Chrome, Safari, or Firefox :( CANNOT WAIT to start implementing more awesome CSS3!

  3. 4

    Example nr. 3 is not working on I.E and Opera , would you please tell me if there is a solution…

    • 7

      Right ‘Multimedia Designer, we can’t force people to use chrome or firefox.
      So if anyone knows how make this working with IE, please thanks you to share it?
      Thanks

  4. 8

    I need some help please!
    I need a blurFadeOut to disappear all the headlines simultaneously.
    I create this
    @-webkit-keyframes blurFadeOut{
    0%{
    opacity: 1;
    text-shadow: 0px 0px 1px #fff;
    -webkit-transform: scale(1.3);
    }
    20%,75%{
    opacity: 0.5;
    text-shadow: 0px 0px 10px #fff;
    -webkit-transform: scale(1);
    }
    100%{
    opacity: 0;
    text-shadow: 0px 0px 40px #fff;
    -webkit-transform: scale(0);
    }
    }

    but i use it but doesn’t work

    .sp-container h2.frame-2 {
    -webkit-animation-delay: none;
    -moz-animation-delay: none;
    -ms-animation-delay: none;
    animation-delay: none;
    }

    .sp-container h2.frame-2 span {
    -webkit-animation: blurFadeIn 3s ease-in 3s backwards;
    -moz-animation: blurFadeIn 3s ease-in 3s backwards;
    -ms-animation: blurFadeIn 3s ease-in 3s backwards;
    animation: blurFadeIn 3s ease-in 3s backwards;
    }

    .sp-container h2.frame-2 span:nth-child(2) {
    -webkit-animation-delay: 4s;
    -moz-animation-delay: 4s;
    -ms-animation-delay: 4s;
    animation-delay: 4s;
    }

    .sp-container h2.frame-2 span:nth-child(3) {
    -webkit-animation-delay: 5s;
    -moz-animation-delay: 5s;
    -ms-animation-delay: 5s;
    animation-delay: 5s;
    }

    .sp-container h2.frame-2 {
    -webkit-animation-delay: none;
    -moz-animation-delay: none;
    -ms-animation-delay: none;
    animation-delay: none;
    }

    .sp-container h2.frame-2 span {
    -webkit-animation: blurFadeOut 1s ease-in 6s backwards;
    -moz-animation: blurFadeOut 1s ease-in 6s backwards;
    -ms-animation: blurFadeOut 1s ease-in 6s backwards;
    animation: blurFadeOut 1s ease-in 6s backwards;
    }

    .sp-container h2.frame-2 span:nth-child(2) {
    -webkit-animation-delay: 6s;
    -moz-animation-delay: 6s;
    -ms-animation-delay: 6s;
    animation-delay: 6s;
    }

    .sp-container h2.frame-2 span:nth-child(3) {
    -webkit-animation-delay: 6s;
    -moz-animation-delay: 6s;
    -ms-animation-delay: 6s;
    animation-delay: 6s;
    }

  5. 10

    This is awesome! I’ve based my intro page on example 1 and I’m having a really hard time changing the sheer circle with the “little Blue Shoes” into an image, my site logo, which is about the same shape, can you help me?

  6. 11

    Excellent, Mary Lou. I am going to try those techniques in my new radio website. Possibilities are endless thanks to your creative ideas

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