The skeleton screens are used to indicate that the content is loading. They are also called splash screens. This is a part of the modern design trend. The skeleton screens are better than the loading spinners in some cases. It is used by many big companies like Facebook, Google, etc.
HTML Code: In this section, we will create a basic structure of loading page screen skeleton. To create a loading page skeleton, we need to use <div> element where we will display the content. We will add a
loading class to each element inside the card which we will remove when the content is loaded.
CSS Code: In this section, we will use some CSS property to create a loading page screen skeleton.
loading class has a pseudo-element that moves from left to right in order to mimic animation.
loading class from each element and add the content to the appropriate place.
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