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Feb 3, 2021 ⋅ 4 min read

Making CSS animations using a sprite sheet

Hannah Gooding I am a software engineer at a fashion tech company, mainly working in JavaScript/React, Python/Django, and PostgreSQL. I started as a self-taught developer pursuing a career change, and I am passionate about sharing knowledge with other people that want to take the same leap. I am a proud alumna of the Code First: Girls course and the Founders and Coders bootcamp.

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2 Replies to "Making CSS animations using a sprite sheet"

  1. hey great work there , can I please know how can I make it run on hovering over it as image should change frames on moving mouse?

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