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So is there a way to kill css3 animation on hover? So that you can apply a different hover state to the animation?
What I’m trying to do is create a css3 opacity carousel/slider/imagey thingy that lets me kill the animation on hover (this helps with ie8) and let’s me move to transitions.
Here’s what I’ve got
It let’s me switch to the other slides, but the animated opacity is still kicking in.
Thanks internet for any help.
I don’t think you can do it in css as there is no parent selector.
Take a look at this i found on jsfiddle.
That should run it when not in a hover state, and pause all anims when its hovered over.
Yep, that did it. but I also had to put important.
I’m such a dingbat, sorry man, I really appreciate the help.