Definition and Usage
The transition-property CSS property is used to specify the names of CSS properties to which a transition effect should be applied.
Note: The set of properties that can be animated is subject to change; as such, you should avoid including any properties in the list that don't currently animate, because someday they might, causing unexpected results.
If you specify a shorthand property (for example, background, all of its longhand sub-properties that can be animated will be.
- Initial all
- Applies to all elements, ::before and ::after pseudo-element
- Inherited no
- Media visual
- Computed Value as specified
- Animatable no
- Canonical order the unique non-ambiguous order defined by the formal grammar
Formal syntax: none | <single-transition-property># [ ‘,’ <single-transition-property># ]*
transition-property: none transition-property: all transition-property: test_05 transition-property: -specific transition-property: sliding-vertically transition-property: test1 transition-property: test1, animation4 transition-property: all, height, all transition-property: all, -moz-specific, sliding transition-property: inherit
- No properties will transition.
- All properties that can have an animated transition will do so.
- A string identifying the property to which a transition effect should be applied when its value changes. This identifier is composed by case-insensitive letter a to z, numbers 0 to 9, an underscore (_) or a dash(-). The first non-dash character must be a letter (that is no number at the beginning of it, even preceded by a dash). Also two dashes are forbidden at the beginning of the identifier.
|Feature||Chrome||Firefox (Gecko)||Internet Explorer||Opera||Safari|
|Basic support||(Yes) -webkit||4.0 (2.0) -moz
|Feature||Android||Chrome for Android||Firefox Mobile (Gecko)||IE Mobile||Opera Mobile||Safari Mobile|
|Basic support||(Yes) -webkit||(Yes) -webkit||4.0 (2.0) -moz