Wordpress Fade Out Page Transition

Hello,

I have a client site that (unadvisedly) wants to use a splash page on their site.  The splash page needs to fade in, then disappear on its own after 3 seconds.  When it disappears, it should show the regular home page.  I have found a couple of plugins that do page transitions, but none of them will work on individual pages. And they only need this effect on the splash page.

I have playing around with CSS animation fadeout but have not been successful in getting it to fade out correctly.

body.page-id-385{
   -webkit-animation:fadeout 0.3s; 
   animation:fadeout 0.3s;
}
@-webkit-keyframes fadeout { from {opacity:1} to {opacity:0} }
@keyframes fadeout { from {opacity:1} to {opacity:0} }

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This is a link the development site's splash page
http://tbailey.howitworks.com/

This is a link to the homepage that should appear after the splash page fades out.
http://tbailey.howitworks.com/home/

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Tia
tiabradford1984Asked:
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Slick812Commented:
greetings  tiabradford1984, , I would not think you are going about this the correct way, you have two different PAGES, and a fade from one to the other, will not be a smooth transition, because the web address chances (goes to another web page).

Your splash page at     http://tbailey.howitworks.com/, is primarily an Image ( T. Baily Inc. ) On top of a page dark green "Cover <div>"

You will have better success if you just create the  dark green "Cover <div>" with image as a cover for the Home page, , and then fade the  dark green "Cover <div>" Out to transparent and then hide or destroy the cover <div>, , , , , , and that will expose the home page beneath it.

you may should use another fade using transitions, as outlined in this article -
    http://www.greywyvern.com/?post=337
eemitCommented:
What happens if you try this (note a space character between body and .page-id-385)?
body .page-id-385{
    -webkit-animation: fadeout 0.3s;
    animation: fadeout 0.3s;
}

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