When I check them now, a lot of animations does not work in.I have a very simple demo working that uses Webkit transforms and transitions for smooth horizontal scrolling between panels (divs). Afternoon, is there a reason as to why the css attribute -webkit- transition: all .8s ease-in-outisnt doing what its supposed to?It doesnt work, because Edge is not a Webkit-based browser. The -webkit- prefix is a feature of old Webkit-based browsers such as Google Chrome. Using a translate3d transform for transitions (rather than left or margin) to force hardware accelerated transitions, meaning smoother animations.The translate3d does have a problem though: it breaks position: fixed in webkit and causes it to render as position absolute. ul.menu li:hover > ul -moz-transition-delay:0s -o-transition-delay:0s - webkit-transition-delay:0s transition-delay:0s visibility: visible opacity: 1 It displays properly in Chrome but not in Firefox (7.0.
keyframes movingbg from background-position:0 0 Generated content transitions work in FFCc: mikelawtherchromium.org Labels: Webkit-ID-92591 Owner: esprehn chromium.org.Chrome 26.0.1377.0 canary released with CSS3 transition support for pseudo elements. Animating the background-size property doesnt seem to be working in Chrome or Safari. Thanks! div width: 161px height: 149pxwebkit-transition: background-size 2s ease-in Im having trouble getting a transition to work in webkit browsers, while it works perfectly in firefox. My code is below.The transform is working in FF, Safari and Chrome, but the transition only works with FF. Im testing a template for use on mobile phones, but cant get it to work in Chrome for IOS. I suspect it to be webkit-transition. It works fine i Google Chome for PC.