When preparing an MCVE/SSCCE that involves images, it is useful to have direct access to images.    The types of images that would cover most questions are - small images in multiple colors or shapes, animated GIFs with/without transparency, JPEGs...
So, I've got this -webkit-animation rule:  @-webkit-keyframes shake {     0% {         left: 0;     }     25% {         left: 12px;     }     50% {         left: 0;     }     75% {         left: -12px;     }     100% {         left:0;     } }...
Is it possible to use javascript to control which frame of a GIF image is showing and/or stop the animation. I want to be able to load a GIF with several frames and only show one of them.   I know I could do it with lots of separate images, but if...
I want to have 4 buttons/links on the beginning of the page, and under them the content.  On the buttons I put this code:  <a href="#idElement1">Scroll to element 1</a> <a href="#idElement2">Scroll to element 2<...
Why should I use requestAnimationFrame rather than setTimeout or setInterval?  This self-answered question is a documentation example....
First of all,check out this image  Gmail uses this image to display the animated emoticon. How can we show such animation using a png image?...
I'm new to animation, but I have recently created an animation using setTimeout. The FPS was too low, so I found a solution to use requestAnimationFrame, described in this link.  So far, my code is:  //shim layer with setTimeout fallback     wind...
I have added CSS animations to various div elements on my html page.But all the animations played at the same time & i can't see the animations at the bottom of the page.How can i make them play while i scroll down the page ?...
For practice I am trying to display a number that increments from 0 - 9, then decrements from 9 - 0, and infinitely repeats.The code that I have so far seems to be close, but upon the second iteration the setInterval calls of my 2 respective function...
I am using AngularJS and would like to get notified when an animation is done. I know this can be done with javascript-defined animations like this myApp.animation(...), but I am curious if I can do this without javascript.  Question: Is it possible...

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