transition-timing-function CSS property specifies how the intermediate values of the CSS properties being affected by a transition effect are calculated.
The following table summarizes the usages context and the version history of this property.
|Applies to:||All elements,
|Animatable:||No. See animatable properties.|
|Version:||New in CSS3|
The syntax of the property is given with:
The example below shows the
transition-timing-function property in action.
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The following table describes the values of this property.
||Specifies that the transition goes from its initial state to its final state, with a constant speed.|
||Similar to ease-in-out, though it accelerates more sharply at the beginning and the acceleration already starts to slow down near the middle of it.|
||Specifies that the transition begins slowly, then progressively accelerates until the final state is reached and the transition stops abruptly.|
||Specifies that the transition starts quickly then slow progressively down when approaching to its final state.|
||Specifies that the transition starts slowly, accelerates then slows down when approaching its final state.|
||Defines a cubic Bezier curve. It is also known as speed curve. Possible values are numeric values from 0 to 1.|
||Sets this property to its default value.|
||If specified, the associated element takes the computed value of its parent element
transition-timing-function property is supported in all major modern browsers.
See tutorial on: CSS3 Transitions.