As most of you know there are new features in CSS3 that let you animate HTML elements using just CSS.
Using CSS3 “transition” you can control which property to apply, the duration of the transition, the transition timing and the transition delay.
The transition considers also the “transform” parameter specified in the CSS class.
What happens if the browser doesn’t support CSS3 using mb.CSSAnimate()?
Actually the mb.CSSAnimate() method has a fallback to the jquery.animate() one; of course if you were animating a “transform: rotate()” property you’ll lose it :-) .
How can I use specific prefixed CSS property with mb.CSSAnimate()?
To use specific browsers property with mb.CSSAnimate you just need to remove the prefix from the property.