Inline Styles Not Accepting Transition
# October 6, 2011 at 2:18 am
Hello team! I’ve stumbled across an issue that I can’t seem to wrap my head around.
Due to how the site will be set up in WordPress, I need to use inline styles to set the backgrounds of a couple divs (they will be set by using the post_thumbnail function). When you hover over these divs, the background is supposed to shift slightly using the wonderful new ‘transition’ element.
Here’s the rub: the inline styles do not want to be modified! I’m new to this transition stuff, so I’ve probably just missed something.
Here’s an example: http://jsfiddle.net/gpU2j/
The top div is using a background set in the stylesheet and works as intended on hover. The second div’s background does not shift when you hover over it, this is the div that is having its background set by inline style.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!# June 5, 2014 at 6:40 am
Apologies for reviving a dead thread; I didn’t pay attention to how old it was.
And @ChristBurton already provided the link. The link in his solution was what I was referring to not working.
Also, I should point out that the issue doesn’t seem to just be inline styles. I reproduced the same issue with toggling of a class. Firefox seems… sketchy with some transitions.# June 5, 2014 at 6:55 am
Thanks, but I sorted it out already.
I just wanted to reply to inform anyone who stumbled on the thread and also wondered why it didn’t work.
Also, thanks for the clarification on it being a Chrome specific example. I was googling some Firefox things and had been under the impression this issue was also strictly Firefox. Perhaps I probably should have paid more attention to the code.
In any event, I appreciate your wicked fast response. :)
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