Boost Website UX: Mastering CSS Loading Skeletons for Elegant Animations

 Let's say we've a page with fixed width and height we can use the following css to create a loading skeleton to show on the website: 

.skeleton {
    animation: skeleton-loading 1s linear infinite alternate;

@keyframes skeleton-loading {
    0% {
        background-color: hsl(200,20%,70%);

    100% {
        background-color: hsl(200,20%,95%);

This creates a loading animation which runs behind the actual image or title or anywhere you want. For example something like this:

Similarly you can create a loading animation for your title or paragraph for your website using the same concept. Such as

No comments:

Post a Comment