CSS3 Web Production Tutorial: Flashing Jump progress bar

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Article Introduction: today brings us another more personalized progress bar: CSS3 flashing jump progress bar.

Today brings us another more personalized progress bar: CSS3 flashing jump progress bar.

The principle of this example is the same as before, all through a large number of CSS3 properties, such as: animation, transform, keyframes, and so on attributes. It is noteworthy that this example uses the structural pseudo-class selector E:nth-child (n) to select the HTML element and control the output. Believe that this pseudo-class selector will be a powerful tool in the future. Recommend everyone to understand and practice the use.

This pseudo-class selector E:nth-child (n) is the meaning of the nth child element e that matches the parent element. For example: UL Li:nth-child (3) is the selection

    elements inside the 3rd
  • . Note that this property is not supported under the IE8 (included IE8) version. Let's take a look at the implementation code for this example, the complete code can download the attachment view.





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