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CSS Loading Effect


CSS Loading Effect

In this article, we are going to learn How To Make Loading Effect using CSS. Some programmers or developers they create loading effect using the Flash Software, but as of now they already using the CSS for making the loading effect or any animation even they did not use the Flash Software. For this simple article that we have today, you can change any variant color that you want for the loading effect. You can edit the source code of the CSS style after you download the full source code. CSS is now powerful in terms of animation for your project because you can customize it easily and you can create a more attractive design to catch the attention of the user. You can also check the live demo of this simple tutorial, so you can get an idea and you can try this out, let's start coding.

Creating Markup

This simple HTML source code consists one table and the DIV element for the loading effect. Kindly copy and paste this simple source code to your BODY tag of your page.

External Link

This external link consists all the CSS style tag to create the loading effect on your page. Copy and paste this to your HEAD tag of your page. Result Kindly click the "Download Code" button below for full source code. Thank you very much. Hope that this article will help you a lot. Share us your thoughts and comments below. Thank you so much for dropping by and reading this tutorial post. For more updates, don’t hesitate and feel free to visit this website more often and please share this with your friends or email me at [email protected]. Practice Coding. Thank you very much.

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