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By peter.wdd
Published: Jun 25 2013 / 01:35

Responsive design is everywhere, and whether you’re using a framework or writing media queries yourself, some elements on your page are bound to move or scale. If your media queries are based on browser dimensions and the browser is resized, then your elements will jump into place. Adding a little animation to those properties is a nice touch for any responsive site. Today, I’m going to show you how easy it is to add that extra touch, by animating the width and opacity of elements between media queries.
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