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CSS3 Transitions

Automatically adds CSS3 transitions to your website/blog and the WordPress admin. Links, etc. get animated transitions between their normal and hover

The Transitions Aren't Working...

First, make sure you know what the transitions look like (and you need to be using a mouse, not touch, for the majority of them, although they will show up for things that have css changes because of javascript too). Then, make sure that you are using a supported browser (Chrome, Internet Explorer 10+, Firefox 16+, Opera 12+, Safari 4+). Next, make sure that your theme's links have a different color or other effects when you mouse over them. This is the change that will be animated. Then, make sure that your theme's header.php file contains the <?php wp_head() ?> action hook. If none of that works, it's likely that your theme doesn't support transitions or has explicitly blocked them. However, you should still get the effects in the WordPress admin area if your browser supports them.

Where's the settings page?

For simplicity's sake, no settings page is included. While there are a few potential options, I don't feel that they would be worth the extra bloat of a settings page. If you would like to make adjustments (such as changing the animation duration), you may do so by editing the plugin's php file.

Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.2
Last Updated: 2014-4-17
Downloads: 5,000

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