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Cool CSS Animation Libraries

1. Animista

Animista
Animista is a CSS animation library and a place where you can play with a collection of ready-made CSS animations and download only those you will use.
With Animista, you can experiment with a variety of pre-made CSS animations, tweak them, and get only those you need.

2. Infinite

Infinite

3. Izmir

Izmir
The Izmir CSS library allows you to quickly create beautiful image hover elements.

You can then add the element markup combined with the style classes of your choice to create your perfect hover effect by simply loading the CSS library into your project.

4. CSS WAND

CSS WAND
Easy copy-paste beautiful CSS that can be easily customized further at your discretion

5. Animate.css

Animate.css
Animate.css provides ready-to-use, cross-browser animations for your web projects.
It is perfect for emphasis, home pages, sliders, and attention-guiding hints.

6. Vivify - css

Vivify - css

7. Minimamente CSS

.Minimamente CSS
A Magic CSS animation is a set of simple animations you can use in your web or app project.

8. CSShake

CSShake

9. Animatopy

Animatopy

10. cssanimation{io}

cssanimation{io}

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teejaysunimi

I downloaded an offline zip file for animate.ccs but I don't know to link it in my code. Can you help me?

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The way you link Other CSS files.

In defense of the modern web

I expect I'll annoy everyone with this post: the anti-JavaScript crusaders, justly aghast at how much of the stuff we slather onto modern websites; the people arguing the web is a broken platform for interactive applications anyway and we should start over;

React users; the old guard with their artisanal JS and hand authored HTML; and Tom MacWright, someone I've admired from afar since I first became aware of his work on Mapbox many years ago. But I guess that's the price of having opinions.