How to bind an animation to a division element using CSS ?
In this article, we will learn to bind an animation to a div tag using CSS.
A div tag is used to separate the different sections of the contents in the webpage. It makes it very easy for the readers to notice the different sections of the webpage with their specific importance level on the page. Therefore, a div tag can be used to contain different parts of the webpage, and it can also contain texts, images, animations, etc according to the requirements of the webpage.
Approach: There are few steps that must be followed to bind an animation inside a div tag:
- Create a basic HTML page which contains <head>, <title>, <body> elements.
- Create a <div> container with a specific class name and add another <div> container which will contain the animation part of the HTML document inside it. This is created in the <body> section of the HTML document.
- Make sure that the <div> tag containing the class name must match with the name of the class in the CSS properties.
Example: The following example demonstrates the binding of an animation to a division element using CSS.