August 2, 2012

3 WordPress Animation Tricks with animate.css

Have you ever wanted WordPress animations to spice up your website with some subtle effects? The freely-available animate.css toolset can help you make it happen in most decent browsers–and won’t break things for older browsers, either. Check out the general animate.css demo…

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