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We want to teach you CSS Animation

Do you want to learn how to use CSS3 Animation?

We hope you’ve been keeping up with all the CSS Animation tutorials and examples that we have been posting here on the site because we will be adding something new and exciting for our users in the New Year.

CSS Animation 101

CSS Animation 101

We know most of you are fascinated by what you see here on the CSS Animation Studio, and would like to learn more on how some of these cool effects and animations are being done with using CSS3 Animation.

So we will be conducting live online seminars that will teach you how to animate on the web with using CSS3 Animation.

These online seminars will be live and taught by TAS Designs.  All you will need to do is register for the seminar and you’ll need to have a computer with internet access. So when the day comes you will have to log-in to the seminars’ webcast to view the lesson being taught.

These CSS seminars will be very fun and informative, and you don’t want to miss out!

Whether you are just a fan and want to see how CSS3 Animations are done, or an expert that would like to add on to your skills. These online seminars will be for anyone who wants to learn how to use CSS3 Animation.

But first we want to know what you’d like to learn because we are eager to teach you what we know about CSS3 Animation.

The poll below list a few topics that we would like to teach our users.

So have a look at topics we plan on teaching, and chose the one that most interest you.

If you don’t see a topic listed that interest you, feel free to leave a comment on what you’d like to learn on CSS Animation.

 

What CSS3 Animation topic would you like to learn here on cssanimation.net?

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3 Responses to “We want to teach you CSS Animation”

  1. Jess says:

    Is this related with CSS 5? Indd, ai, or photoshop?
    Many thanks Jess

    • tiffany says:

      Hi Jess,

      We will be using CSS3, no design software like Photoshop, or Illustrator is needed. It will just be programming in CSS and HTML. We’ll be focusing on using the animation and transition properties of CSS3.

  2. great post, I am interesting in it!

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