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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?
Jamie Moore3,959 Points
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!