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Animated card with HTML & CSS | Tutorial

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One of the best ways to learn is to find fun designs on existing websites and to try and recreate them, so with that in mind, we're taking the animated card design from the Top Games section over at https://popdog.com and seeing if we can recreate it with only HTML and CSS!

/// Timestamps

  • 00:00 - Introduction
  • 01:17 - Overview
  • 02:18 - HTML
  • 13:57 - CSS basic setup
  • 15:35 - styling the front
  • 28:24 - front and background hover
  • 38:15 - animating the game name
  • 42:43 - the rank
  • 46:33 - styling the back
  • 60:14 - fixing the spacing
  • 65:31 - fade-up and in for the back
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