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I want an make an text animation that animate every single spell.
The animation data source is coming from an Array.
The animation is triggered based on key.(In React and also framer motion)
and we know otherwise if there isn't come the message >> Warning: Each child in a list should have a unique "key" prop.
If I try solve the unique key problem with index the error message is vasnished but the problem stayed >> not animating
So the advice other developers use unique key but not use index.
Okey I use unique key every single spell.
But the problem is there the "outer map function or div" i only use index.
My Animation accept this data form: Array in array so spell in word
so the problem this row...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-27 at 08:55
The only way to give that outer
.map loop unique keys is to make the elements be objects instead of arrays. E.g.:
I'm trying to add marquee text animation in my code. I found working code in WPF Marquee Text Animation But when i trying to add it to my ItemContainerStyle i got error: The namespace prefix "Local" is not defined. Maybe someone can help me. i'm not sure how to define NegatingConverter in my Item Container Style. Thx.
Error code line:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-21 at 18:26
You are not declaring the namespace for the converter in the xaml
I would like to create a effect to reveal to text like my codesandbox. Instead of using animation mask-image, do I have any other option?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-19 at 12:45
Here you go...
I Have an animation to trigger when
selectedName changes, but it seems is the newvalue is same as previous value the animation does not trigger. After looking into it, the hook only trigger is newvalue is different than previous value. Is there a way to fix this?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-14 at 22:01
The idea you had was correct - trigger a re-rerender on each click even if the number is the same. The only thing you did wrong was assign the same
key prop to your
CSSTransition elelemnt on each render of an identical element.
The key needs to be unique because React uses the key prop to understand the component-to-DOM Element relation, which is then used for the reconciliation process. It is therefore very important that the key always remains unique, otherwise there is a good chance React will mix up the elements and mutate the incorrect one.
Anyway, you do need that second state variable to trigger a rerender. We will do something as basic as:
const [trigger, triggerUpdate] = useState(false);. You can then tigger it like so:
And the most important part, of course, is the
For my website I'm using this spiral animation: Codepen
This is how it looks like in Chrome (as it is supposed to be):
And this is how it looks like in Safari:
The css transform looks great in Google Chrome but in Safari it breaks.
I tried the following (as mentioned in other forums/threads), but without success:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-04 at 16:51
The way to work around the lack of z-index support is to avoid having the planes intersect by displacing them on the z-axis.
since we are animating the transform property and we need that property for doing the z-axis displacement we can change the animation to the
img element instead of the
li element, and do the displacement on the
here's a working example: https://codepen.io/ptcc/pen/qBqyqEj?editors=0100
the changes are basically these:
move the perspective from the
ul to each
I'm working on a squarespace site with various convoluted divs and I can't get
border-radius to work properly. I have been reading various threads with mixed replies on whether to place the
border-radius property on the
img or the
containing div. Here's my current code on the img:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-17 at 18:07
For it to be a perfect circle you would need to make the image a square. I see you are attempting to do that by setting
height properties, but they aren't working. This is probably due to the
object-fit: cover; property.
Try taking that out and it may fix it.
I want to use this code in my angular project:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-29 at 06:56
After talking with the guy who wrote this directive we decided I would write a new directive for angular 2+ and he should approve the pull request in the next couple of days. the new code should be available soon in his repository: https://github.com/g1eb/angular-text-animation
but for now, here is the new directive:
On my journey to learn more about SwiftUI, I am still getting confused with positioning my element in a
The goal is "simple", I wanna have a text that will slide within a defined area if the text is too long. Let's say I have an area of 50px and the text takes 100. I want the text to slide from right to left and then left to right.
Currently, my code looks like the following:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-03 at 17:58
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-13 at 04:42
Hello Im not sure why but for some reason flexbox is not working. I have 4 images on one section. I added flexbox wrap on the container and I also assigned flex 1 on the children images but for some reason flexbox is not working.
If anyone could help and let me know what I am doing wrong I would really appreciate it.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-12 at 21:21
You have to get rid of absolute positioning on your img and you'll have to use media queries.
Starting from there, you'll see the
flex-wrap: wrap working.
Here is a fork : https://codepen.io/hisato/pen/vYGLLNY?editors=0100
Also, if I may add, as a general advice avoid to transition
margin/padding/top/left etc. You should always look for a way to transition the
transform property, it will have the best performance.
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