Build animated feature sections with CSS3

With the recent release of Internet Explorer 10, all the latest versions of modern browsers now have support for CSS3 animation. So, if you haven't had a chance to look into some of the basics of creating animations with CSS, now's a perfect time.

In this tutorial we're going to walk through the process of creating an animated feature section. We'll start with the initial planning of the animation, add the basic layout and then lay the foundation for our animations using CSS transforms. Finally, we'll go through the CSS animation syntax while we create the animations to finish up our project. You can download the source files for this tutorial here.

Planning the animation

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