David Herbert
Nov 20, 2022 ⋅ 11 min read

CSS ::before and ::after for custom animations and transitions

David Herbert David is a frontend developer by day and a technical writer by night who enjoys breaking down complex topics into comprehensible bits, digestible even by five-year-olds.

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11 Replies to "CSS ::before and ::after for custom animations and transitions"

  1. Thanks for the greate article, but i have small question about button, can you explain it. Why in body must have display: grid?. When i remove display: grid from body, the pseudo element display on the left of button, but when use display: grid, the pseudo element will disappear. and Sorry my english grammer is not good. Have a nice day

  2. Thanks for this great work.
    In the example with “hover me”, the bt css property shouldn’t be defined on “inline” otherwise the property “overflow” doesn’t work.
    “display:inline-block” inside bt section works.

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