css – How can I specify a "transition" value to be animated when I use "transform"?


NO css , we can use the transition property to set a transition effect when some of an element's properties are changed.


    transition: all 1s linear;
    background-color: purple;
    height: 200px;

    background-color: #add555;
    box-shadow: 0 0 10px 10px #000 inset;
<div class='box'></div>

In the case above, I used the all option, where all properties are affected by the transition .

However, it is also possible to define which and how some properties are changed.

For example:

     transition: opacity 2s linear, background-color .2s ease;

Note that I only defined opacity and background-color in the example above.

But I have a problem.

I have a div that I want to animate its appearance via transform: scale(1) . But that same div has a property inside the transform, which is translate(-50%, -50%) .


  height: 100px;
  background-color: pink;
  left: 50%;
  top: 50%;
  transform: scale(1) translate(-50%, -50%); 
  transition: transform 1s linear;

      transform:scale(0) translate(-50%, -50%);
<div class="box"></div>

I need to animate the transform , but only the scale , I don't want to animate the translate . Is it possible to do this in css ?

Because after I added the translate, the animation didn't look like I would have liked. In this case, it has to be something like this:

 .box{ height: 100px; background-color: pink; position:fixed; width:200px; height:200px; left: 30%; top: 30%; transform: scale(1); transition: transform 1s linear; } .box:hover{ transform:scale(0); }
 <div class='box'></div>

Note that in this example above, the scale caused the object to shrink to the center rather than the right side.

How can I do this in css?


try to use

transform-origin: bottom right;
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