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CSS CSS Transitions and Transforms Transition Timing Functions and Delays Change a Transition's Speed with Timing Functions

Nour El-din El-helw
Nour El-din El-helw
8,241 Points

Transition Timing Functions

So, what I understand is that we are editing the time distributed on every part of the transition (from the beginning to the end), so that some parts take less/more time and time left is distributed on other parts. Am I right? Because this lesson seems confusing to me.

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
225,757 Points

It sounds like you have the correct understanding. The duration is the total transition time, start to finish. The timing function just affects how things will change over that time.