Learn how to create a close button animation effect with CSS in this step-by-step tutorial. We'll cover everything from the basics of CSS transitions to more advanced topics like using pseudo-elements to create a cross icon. By the end of this video, you'll be able to create your own custom close button animation effects with ease.

Learn how to create a simple but visually appealing close button animation effect on your webpage using HTML, CSS and JavaScript. In this video, we will walk through the process of setting up a webpage, styling it using CSS and creating an animation effect using JavaScript. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced developer, this video will show you how to add a professional touch to your web design. By the end of this video, you will have a solid understanding of how to create a close button animation effect for your webpage.

00:00 - Intro & Project overview
01:00 - Create the index.html file and boilerplate
03:09 - Add font awesome icons to html website
05:36 - Style the project using css
12:00 - CSS Grid and Flexbox
13:35 - Style a close button in css
17:21 - Add animation to the button
18:04 - Create the javascript logic for the buttons
20:21 - Add click event to the button to show hide card
21:33 - Add event to the mouse when its entering and leaving the html element

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How to Create a Close Button Animation Effect with CSS, JS, HTML
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