To be more precise regarding you answer in the second post, there is
actually no way to modify a CSS property and do a transition on a
large number of elements. But things are changing, and there is webkit
pushing the limit on web animation (or transition).
the answer given from bminihan and me are effectivelly how we handle
this kind of problems actually as there is not a lot of possibilities.
I should have say that at the previous post !!
On 11 fév, 15:36, ColinFine <colin.f...@pace.com> wrote:
> On Feb 9, 2:49 pm, Eric <lefauv...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I apologize if my question is stupid (and it should be since I cannot
> > find any reference to this idea anywhere) but I was wandering if it
> > would be possible to use an effect on a CSS style definition instead
> > of a DOM object.
> The people who have answered seem to have ignored your question, and
> told you what they think you should do instead.
> I think your suggestion is an interesting one: I don't see why it
> shouldn't work, but when I've looked at manipulating the stylesheet
> from JS, it looked rather tricky to me (and different on IE). I don't
> know of any attempts to automate it in a library, or use it for
> dynamic effects. Whether it would actually perform any better than
> changing the class I don't know: it depends on how Browsers behave
> when you change styles in their stylesheet.
> some information on doing it.
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