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I've just been playing with CSS media queries and transitions, to apply different layouts to different screen sizes, and I came across an unexpected effect when testing in Internet Explorer 11 and Google Chrome. Firefox doesn't seem to be affected, and reacts in the way I would expect. In this example there are three div elements, one of which is a container. Here is the HTML. <div id="container"> <div id="heading">HEADING</div> <div id="links"> <ul> <li>Link 1</li> <li>Link 2</li> <li>Link 3</li> <li>Link 4
Hi all - My end goal is a static image that, when hovered, will darken slightly and white text will slide up and fade in from the bottom of the frame. But I'm not sure of two things: first, how do I have a single div container/hover "area" trigger both animations, rather than just the top-most one? Second, as the animation stands now, it only triggers when I hover over the image - which has been positioned out of frame so as to make the fade/slide-in animation look right. How can I specify the affected hover area so that it triggers an image to arrive from out of frame? Since I suspect that wa