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Input Animations With HTML And CSS

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I really wanted to cover css animation and transitions today. So I applied it to an input tag that you can use in your html forms.

We will cover everything from transitions to animations. Pseudo Elements like ::before ::after and :focus selectors.

Hope that this will make it easy for you to create css animations and come up with something cool!

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44 thoughts on “Input Animations With HTML And CSS

  1. Thank you Sir, I achieve this sometime ago, but your technique is much better, I was using jQuery also, and you achieved a better result only with CSS. Thank you very much master.

  2. Thank you so much Dev Ed, I am a computer science graduate from Morocco who stopped coding for four years almost, but thanks to your videos and the charismatic way you explain concepts, I am finally starting to get a taste of it back.

  3. Ok,… :valid selector might not be the best selector to keep the label up in all intended situations. A solution:
    step 1. Add a placeholder prop to the input with the value: " ". So: <input placeholder=" " etc…
    step 2. Replace the :valid selector for :not(:placeholder-shown), This selects the the state when there is something typed into the input, that's the state where we want to keep the label up, valid or not.

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  6. If the input is not required, we can use the ":not(:placeholder-shown)" instead of ":valid". And in the html code for the input field add a placeholder with the value " "(space).

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