Francois Brill
Nov 28, 2022 ⋅ 7 min read

Advanced page transitions with Next.js and Framer Motion

Francois Brill I’m a designer, frontend developer, and product thinker that loves making things.

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5 Replies to "Advanced page transitions with Next.js and Framer Motion"

  1. This is really nice, but I’m having one problem. When exiting a page, all the local styles used on that page seem to unload, resulting a pretty ugly layout before transitioning over to next page. Any solutions on this?

  2. I also have a problem, when exiting the page jumps to top and only then the exit animation is played. all animations are working great but just the exit animation only plays from the top.
    Also setting initial=false, animation didn’t play when reloading the page.

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