Animated Progress Bars: CSS Tutorial (Day 19 of CSS3 in 30 Days)

Create CSS only progress bars that animate.

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💻Animated Progress Bars Code:
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This Post Has 12 Comments

  1. GoCode Media

    Great work. Thanks for this. Please keep it up. Learning more about CSS big time.

  2. Cici Obaidy

    if anyone here know php can you tell me how to forbid submitting if the info are wrong! in JS I can say return false but in php ??

  3. Keyyov

    hi im a beginner. but why do we need to have keyframes?

  4. Soumyajit Das

    How to show the actual percentage loaded in place of loading.

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  6. md venkatesh

    .animation-bar-2 span {

    display: inline-block;


    why this property is effecting width of the box in css

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