CSS3 Transitions are fun stuff! With only a couple dozen characters, it’s possible to create beautiful interactions with dynamic pseudo-classes, which once was relegated entirely to Flash or dozens of lines of JS.
Of course there are some problems, though. One must take into account all the idiosyncrasies of the myriad browser engines, and include their vendor prefixes. The older, crappier browsers don’t support them at all, and if you’re expected to mimic the functionality in IE6, your are in for a very long, annoying day.
Benefits and speed bumps aside, it can be difficult sometimes to get exactly the transition you want. For example, when you’d like to transition one background image to another with a fade. Read More »