Twenty Fourteen: Be more specific with the transitions in CSS.
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Split out the CSS transition statements. Currently it targets
#page a, .more-link .meta-nav, .more-formatted-posts-link .meta-nav, .attachment-featured-featured img, .attachment-featured-thumbnail img, .social-links-toggle, .search-toggle, button, html input[type="button"], input[type="reset"], input[type="submit"], #infinite-handle span
which is far too broad.
For the featured images, for example, if it's narrower than the area it's going to, you can see it expand on page load, which looks funky and moves the layout about a bit.
Change History (11)
comment:1 georgestephanis — 8 months ago
- Summary changed from Twenty Fourteen to Twenty Fourteen: Be more specific with the transitions in CSS.