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Content isn't fading in

Posted on 2013-12-04
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If you go to the following fiddle I have tried to fade in the content area but its not working any ideas??

http://bit.ly/189XtdO
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First of all, transitions are not inherited. You'll need to set those properties for ".content" as well.

Also the "display" property is not one of the many animatable properties. You'll need to use "visibility", "opacity", "width", and/or "height" instead.

P.S. Was using bit.ly really necessary?
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