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CSS CSS Transitions and Transforms Getting Started with CSS Transitions Transitioning Specific Properties with transition-property

Can you transition multiple properties in the same declaration?

Hi, if we want to transition multiple specific properties, can we list them all as values with a single transition-property declaration? or do we need to write separate declarations for each specific property?

1 Answer

Jamie Moore
Jamie Moore
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You absolutely can! You can transition as many properties are you like by combining them, like so:

transition: height .3s ease-out, opacity .3s ease-in-out, color .3s ease-in;

We can also transition everything with:

transition: all .3s ease-in-out etc.

Hope this helps!