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You can also animate height and width using CSS transitions and the logic to set this up is the same. In closed mode max-height is set to 0 and overflow-y hidden which effectively hides all content. There are few tricky things going on here to make this work. Oh how I wish this worked. The animation runs to the max-height specified – if you’re content is smaller than the max-height the animation keeps going after your content has been shown. These examples are the CSS version of those on the HTML slide-in Text page. This plug-in basically wraps the concepts described in the previous section and additionally provides a workaround for the max-height issue, by calculating the wrapper height so that we don’t have to guess at the size. While it’s easy to animate height and width, to animate them to become invisible and the resize themselves to the proper size is actually a not as obvious as it seems. Something like this: See the Pen <a href="https://codepen.io/joezimjs/pen/NygYJy/">Pure CSS Slide Down Animation 0</a> by Joe Zim (<a href="https://codepen.io/joezimjs">@joezimjs</a>) on <a href="https://codepen.io">CodePen</a>. You can also accomplish this with opacity. It turns out that it’s caused by the dynamically attached element that shows the item drop down toolbar. Yeah it looks like in iOS 10 that somehow got broken... maybe using innerHeight and a wrapping container with no padding or margins? #Actual { How do I get that done using css/jquery? Over a million developers have joined DZone. If the height is greater you’d see the padded element immediately followed by the remainder rendered with the transition. ----------- position: absolute; Let’s start with the raw HTML and work our way to the animations First I’m creating a very basic HTML5 doctype. All of this seems a bit of work, but the end result is pretty straight forward. Also, we will need to specify a target and a trigger element to trigger the effect. There are thousands of properties that make your animation live and attractive. Animation speed!

The tutorial can be found here. Note that it works perfectly! @Tim - DOM changes inside of a function aren't applied visually until the function finishes execution. -o-transition: max-height 0.5s ease-in-out; */, ); Enable a trigger button to toggle the component with slide up/down animations. $opt.insertAfter($el); // attach, // have to delay for element to register in place, bottom: 40px; Your excellent article made my weekend. What could be so hard about that, right? So this isn't working either. class="height-transition height-transition-hidden"> Specifically the slide down animation wasn’t working, while the slide up animation was - weird, right? margins don't effect the transition's height -->, ="height-transition height-transition-hidden">,
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