Fix your blink tags!

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ManaUser
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Fix your blink tags!

Postby ManaUser » Mon Aug 11, 2014 2:38 am UTC

Screw all the anti-gay, pro-DRM, anti-blink jerks at Mozilla!

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@keyframes blink {
   33% {opacity: 1;}
   34% {opacity: 0;}
   66% {opacity: 0;}
   67% {opacity: 1;}
}

blink {
   animation: blink 1s infinite;
}

This does cause weird double-blinking in Firefox versions 16-22 but other than that it works well.

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Re: Fix your blink tags!

Postby chridd » Mon Aug 11, 2014 6:34 pm UTC

ManaUser wrote:This does cause weird double-blinking in Firefox versions 16-22
Add text-decoration: none; to disable the other blinking.
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Re: Fix your blink tags!

Postby Neil_Boekend » Tue Sep 16, 2014 7:46 am UTC

This is good. It allows me to let different words in my text blink at different frequencies. Just what I need to make stuff properly unreadable.
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