The CSS loader is useful when a certain page took a few seconds to load the content of the webpage. When the user has to wait for the content to fully loaded on the webpage. If the certain webpage doesn’t have the loader of CSS then the loading time the user will think that the webpage is not responding at all. So putting the CSS loader on the web page makes the user distracted or waited for few seconds until the page is fully loaded. The CSS can be used for styling and adding animations and other visual motion graphics on a webpage. A small demo for animations under CSS is explained in the following code.
Example 1: This example creates the CSS loader using CSS.
Example 2: This example creates the CSS loader using CSS.
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