Muxailo2017-08-03 20:56:35
Muxailo, 2017-08-03 20:56:35

Animation not working in IE What is the problem?

Guys such a question.
There is Animate.css - premade animations ( https://daneden.github.io/animate.css/ )
The problem is that it doesn't work in IE (no animation).
Is it possible to make animation using animate.css in IE?
Tell me please)

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Xeli, 2017-08-03

We know everything. We remember everything. We understood: the donkey is not a browser. From now on, the word "internet explorer" is the worst curse for us. From now on, the word "internet explorer" presses reset. Let's not talk. Let's not get angry. We will delete. If you have not removed at least one donkey in a day, your day is gone. If you think that your neighbor will destroy the donkey for you, you do not understand the threat. If you don't destroy the donkey, the donkey will destroy the web. He will take your sites and torture them in his damned Redmond with a gang of dirty Indians. If you can't destroy the donkey with a reset, destroy the donkey with a virus. If there is a lull on your server, if you are waiting for a user with a donkey, do not let him into the site before he enters the link. If you leave the donkey to live, the donkey will hang the user's computer and disgrace you as a programmer. If you destroyed one donkey, destroy the other - no, for us there is nothing more fun than not letting donkey users into our site. Don't count the days. Don't count traffic. Count one thing: donkey users not allowed on your site by you. Remove the donkey! - this asks the old woman-mother. Install Firelis! - it begs you child. Udoli1111 donkey! - it screams native system. Don't miss the mouse. Don't miss the leftovers in the registry. Get 11111!

George Postoronca, 2017-08-03

animation css3 - IE 10+

Kirill Kublyakov, 2017-08-03

They do not have browser prefixes, try adding them, for example, via autoprefixer.github.io/en and look in ie

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