HTML | DOM Style transitionTimingFunction property

The DOM Style transitionTimingFunction property allows a transition effect to change speed over its duration. Transition effect provides a way to control animation speed when changing properties.

Property Values:

  • ease: Specifies a transition effect that starts slowly, then fast, then slow.
  • linear: Specifies a transition effect with the same speed from start to end.
  • ease-in: Specifies a transition effect with a slow start.
  • ease-out: Specifies a transition effect with a slow end.
  • ease-in-out: Specifies a transition effect with a slow start and end.

Syntax:

object.style.transitionTimingFunction = “ease|linear|ease-in|ease-out|ease-in-out”

Example 1: This example describes linear property value.

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<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
      
<head>
    <style
      
        #GFG {
          background-color: green;
          width: 150px;
          height: 150px;
          overflow: auto;
            
          /* For Safari Browser */
          -webkit-transition: all 2s;
          transition: all 2s;
        }
          
        #GFG:hover {
          width: 300px;
          height: 300px;
        }
    </style>
</head>
  
<body>
      
    <button onclick = "myGeeks()">
        Click Here!
    </button>
      
    <br><br>
      
    <div id = "GFG">
    </div>
      
    <script>
    function myGeeks() {
          
        /* For Safari Browser */
        document.getElementById("GFG").style.WebkitTransitionTimingFunction
                = "linear";
        document.getElementById("GFG").style.transitionTimingFunction
                = "linear"; 
    }
    </script>
  
</body>
  
</html>

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Example 2: This example describes ease-in property value.

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<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
      
<head>
    <style
      
        #GFG {
          background-color: green;
          width: 150px;
          height: 150px;
          overflow: auto;
            
          /* For Safari Browser */
          -webkit-transition: all 2s;
          transition: all 2s;
        }
          
        #GFG:hover {
          width: 300px;
          height: 300px;
        }
    </style>
</head>
  
<body>
      
    <button onclick = "myGeeks()">
        Click Here!
    </button>
      
    <br><br>
      
    <div id = "GFG">
    </div>
      
    <script>
    function myGeeks() {
          
        /* For Safari Browser */
        document.getElementById("GFG").style.WebkitTransitionTimingFunction
                = "ease-in";
        document.getElementById("GFG").style.transitionTimingFunction
                = "ease-in"; 
    }
    </script>
  
</body>
  
</html>

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Note: Use WebkitTransitionTimingFunction as a keyword in safari browser.

Supported Browsers:

  • Google Chrome 26.0
  • Internet Explorer 10.0
  • Mozilla Firefox 16.0
  • Safari 6.1, 3.1 WebkitTransitionTimingFunction
  • Opera 12.1


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