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    If I visit a site like that, then as a Mozilla NoScript user it will initially not work – but it will with a CSS approach. I realise I am a minority in that though (probably even more so with uMatrix on Chrome). But I think it’s quite common to let CSS prevail over JS. And this is coming from someone who likes jQuery a lot.

    I’d have to look into the Codepen specifics again to make sense of the third point as well…

    Edit – I’m a bit clueless there to be honest.


    OK, some update – seems like the “:before” element with “transform” css code + scaling the parent element, results in this unclear text.. or something
    I’ve added “visibility: hidden” which doesn’t seem to interfere with the transform animation, but solves the problem of blur text (to some degree?)

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