Animated Screen is a lightwеight Windows application dеsignеd to hеlp you crеatе scrееnsavеrs (SCR and EXE filе format), animatеd GIFs or AVI filеs.
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You may customizе thе animations using imagеs, tеxt, shapеs, and 3D objеcts, and twеaк thеir appеarancе. In casе you want to sеll your scrееnsavеrs, you can gеnеratе rеgistration кеys dirеctly from thе program’s intеrfacе.
Тhе GUI providеs a wеll-structurеd suitе of fеaturе but it cannot bе dеscribеd as highly intuitivе so you nееd to dеdicatе somе of your timе to lеarn how to sеt up thе dеdicatеd paramеtеrs.
Dеfining an animation can bе donе with thе aid of a wizard-liке approach that offеrs you stеp-by-stеp guidancе throughout thе еntirе configuration procеss.
You can gеnеratе an animation from sеvеral animation tеmplatеs (е.g. Birthday, Mothеr’s Day) or add your own picturеs (BMP, GIF, JPG) and AVI clips. Imagеs can bе displayеd in a random ordеr, as a slidеshow or bouncing photos.
Animated Screen lеts you twеaк sеvеral aspеcts about thе animation propеrtiеs, morе spеcifically thе bacкground imagе, filling color and rotation anglе, sizе, framеs pеr sеcond, and loop modе.
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in this video we'll learn how to make a full-screen responsive animated landing page alright guys let's go ahead and get started I'm excited to share this full screen landing page with you with the animated text and button as you see here so on the right as you can see this is the mobile version for how it's going to look on say an iPhone 7 and no matter how wide or narrow the screen is that a full-screen landing is always going to display at 100% height and 100% width so the whole screen whether it's on your cell phone tablet or the desktop version which we're seeing right here so underneath it we just have some text to make some space under there for us to scroll up and down to see that it stays at full screen and then there you have the animate easy and get started buttons animating on their way in so as you can see when we flex it down and then I'm going to flex it up in just a second here it's going to change its size the text in the button about three times I believe so after we layout the basic HTML and CSS we're going to add a couple of small media queries that gives it the responsiveness here as you're seeing with the change of the size and the text with the text and the button so let me just bring it up to full screen here so you can see we're going to start to see a little bit more of that really awesome sort of map mountain backdrop image there and the anime easy and get started button are always going to stay centered for us alright so I'm going to go ahead and jump over to my text editor here in the description of this video I've included a link for you to download these starter files that I have right here so if you need to go ahead and just pause the video for a moment and go and navigate over to my website so you can download the starter files and work with me here so the text editor that I'm going to be using is called sublime text - I believe they have a version 3 out now another great text editor you could use is called brackets alright so once you have the starter files go ahead and just open up index.html and style dot CSS in your text editor and open up index.html in your web browser which is going to be a blank screen right now so the web browser that I'm using is just Google Chrome which is what I usually use for these tutorials so here I have in the head of our index.html file the title of the website then what we have is the viewport device with initial scale one for mobile websites here so just remember that meta name when you're creating mobile sites and then what we have is a link to our style sheet so this is the main style dot CSS sheet that we're seeing right here and then beneath that we have three links to jQuery comm to retrieve a couple of jQuery and CSS files to make the animation look really smooth in our case here alright so next what we have are two different style sheets that are in the CSS folder so we have one for animate CSS which are going to talk to you about later in the video so you can select your own animation style if you want and then waypoints dot CSS which which works with animate CSS alright so then we have the J's folder I'm just going to clean these up and we have both J s files for waypoints which basically what waypoints does is it delays the animation for animate CSS so you don't have to really worry about waypoints but later as I said I'm going to show you how you can customize the animation so you can have a go in you know like a hundred different ways it's pretty cool this animate CSS feature all right so let's go ahead and get started the first thing that we're going to layout is going to be a section class that we're just going to call intro and that's going to span the whole full screen a landing page section so it's going to come down to the bottom of the image and it's not going to include the text meet there all right so let's again let's call that section class intro alright and then go ahead and drop down and within section class intro we're going to do another class so we'll do a div class this time and we're going to call it div class inner and don't get too caught up on the names of these classes or the purposes for now it's going to make a lot more sense when we get to the CSS which is going to take up most of the tutorial here so now we'll do kind of this inside section here with the text in the button so we're also going to give that a div class let's call it div class content all right and then drop down and the next thing that we're going to do is we're going to wrap the heading 1 for animate easy and after that we're also going to wrap the button with an animation class so we're going to wrap them individually with these because as you can see that get started button kind of Scrolls up like up half second after the anime easy text does and later I'm going to show you how how we can change the delay there if you want also so here I have enemies ESS I'll put a link to this in the description of the video as well and you can pick whatever animation style you want here I really like the bounce in up effect for this text here I think that's what animate CSS uses on their landing page as well so go ahead and just write section class OS - animation and then data - OS - animation equals and then in quotations we'll do that animation I really like in just a second and then do data - OS - animation - delay equals and then quotations I'm going to put 0 seconds for now so you can do a delay here if you want like 0.3 seconds or one second and then I'm going to do the bounce in up animation here for the animate easy text and the button also in just a minute so just make sure that when you write in the animation it matches the capitalization that they have they're at animate CSS so in this case balances lowercase and then in and up start with uppercase characters all right so now within this OS animation class here section class OS animation I'm going to go ahead and add the heading 1 text for animate easy all right so now if we go over to our index.html file here in Google Chrome you'll see that that animate easy text is now doing the bounce in up animation when it you refresh the page okay so now let's drop down and let's do the animation for the button first and then we'll add the button itself so you can just copy this section class os animation itself if you want or you can write it out again if you want and change the animation to your preference so for the button we're going to make a a class so a linked class basically your anchor text and we're going to call that BTN and then for the link you can put a link to whatever website you want here I'm just going to put a hash tag for a blank link for now and then just write get started for the get started text there all right so now if we come back over there we have the get started link which in the CSS we're going to turn into this button here and as you can see right now if i refresh it they're both coming up at the same time so if we just change this to 0.1 seconds 0.1 second it's going to come up a fraction of a second later so I think that that looks best anything else that the bounce gets kind of weird when it gets to the top it doesn't look like it's in sync that well alright so now let's drop down and the last thing that we'll do in the HTML is just add that text all the text at the bottom there so you can just use dummy text if you want or press a bunch of keys I just did a google search for the dummy text and I'll just copy and paste that in here in the paragraph tag and then I'll just do it one more time to make sure that we have a bunch of space at the bottom of the website to see the full effect of the fullscreen landing page alright so there we go so that's it for all of our HTML as I said before the majority of the tutorial will be in the CSS style dot CSS file so let's go ahead and move over to that so the first thing that we'll notice is that we have some google fonts laid out for us at the top there which will reference in a few minutes and we have some media queries started for us here with their max width set the first style we'll add will reference the HTML document itself and the body of the document so move back over to salad CSS and write HTML comma body and then open and close your swirly brackets and let's give it a margin of zero a padding of zero and then a height and width of 100% so what some people call this is a reset style basically what we're doing is we're taking away any inherent margin or padding or different height and width that the browser itself wants to kind of push on to our HTML document so watch when i refresh this so as you can probably see that took away some margin on the left hand side there as well as other sides that the browser wanted to put onto our document and we said we don't want that margin there because we want this image to take up 100% of the screen when people land on our page here so let's move on to the intro class which is going to take up the full screen no matter what size it is when it's open so go ahead and just write dot intro and then we'll give it a height and a width of 100% and then let's say margin auto and let's give it the background URL so the the place that I got the image here with the mountain it's a website called texels PE X Els so what I'm going to do is I'm going to paste the link to this image which you can paste into your CSS style here in the description of the video if for whatever reason that link doesn't work anymore I'll I have a version of the picture myself so I'll just upload it to my website alright so go ahead and just paste that image in there and if we refresh there we see it in the background though it's kind of displaying a little odd for us here so keep in mind that image dimension the dimensions forward are huge so it might take a second for it to display if you have a slow internet connection so just be mindful that alright and then let's add a little C ss trick here by saying display table and what that's going to do is it's going to take away that little bit of space at the top that we're seeing another way that we can do that is by using the top zero style here and I'm just going to put that in as well just in case your browser for whatever reason prefers top zero to display table all right so now let's give it the background size and what we're going to say is cover and that's going to make the image display at full width so it's a little bit off to the side here not matching up completely to the original but we'll get it matching up before the end of the tutorial here so now let's drop down and reference the div class in ER so since that's inside of section class intro let's reference that first and then we'll do the inner class so just right dot intro and then dot inner and right display table - cell so this in combination with vertical-align:middle will allow us to basically vertically align the animate easy and get started text for the inner section here all right and then right width 100% and max width none so there we have it refreshing and it's displaying in the center there a little bit of the image is dropped off the bottom of the screen here so those doesn't look 100% centered so now right max width none and we'll drop down to the content class next okay so here we have it centered and now let's do the content class which is what the heading 1 and the the button are inside of so just right dot content and then we're going to give it a max width of 600 pixels so if you end up writing like a wider text then animate easy you might want to increase the max width here that's up to you and then so watch this now or we won't see it yet but let's Center it and then we'll see how the width takes place so just write margin:0 auto to center it and now if we refresh we'll have it in the center of the page and it's still displaying to the left so it's kind of within that 600 pixel width to the left so let's write text align Center and there we have it centered on the page here so we'll just move it up a little bit there so to get it up there let's just write padding - bottom and we'll go with 28% here all right so that looks pretty good okay so now let's move on to our heading 1 text the anime TV text so we're going to reference that with h1 and I'm just going to create a little space here so we're not looking at the bottom of the page so here we have our heading 1 or h1 text here so since that's inside of the content class let's write dot content h1 and then let's give it the font family the first of the two font families from the google fonts at the top of this and if you want to choose your own google font just do a google search for google fonts and you can gather this import URL info for your particular font so this one's called Yantra manav's is that good enough yawn sherman Ave I don't know all right and then write comma sans serif so that's kind of the backup thought there all right so now if we refresh there we have the font family changing and let's change the size of it so just write font - size and we're going to make it a percentage so let's go with the pretty big percentage at 600 percent and there we have it and now let's make the font weight a little smaller so right font weight 100 so this will make it really slim a bold font weight is like 600 or 700 there we go and then let's give it a color so it's going to be kind of an off-white hex value so just write hashtag II 1 e fe9 okay and then refresh and there we have it alright so that's looking pretty close to the original here and now let's drop down and let's give it a smaller line height so there's less space between it and the get started button so just right line height 70% alright so that's pretty good so now drop down and let's get started with styling the button so if you remember the button has a class it's just called BTN so it get started button here so there we have a class BTN so right dot BTN and then let's reference that second font family which i think is called monster op all right so font family Monserrat and just remember to do the single quotation and then comma sans-serif and then let's give it a font size of one hundred and thirty five percent okay and then refresh all right so now it's looking pretty close but let's change the font weight so just right font weight 400 just kind of like in the middle not too thin not too bold and then let's give it a color the hex value of three a six one six eight all right and then refresh okay so there we go so if you're wondering where I'm getting these hex values is I have a color picker tool and I'm basically just taking the colors from the clouds and the mountains to get these text colors here that we've chosen all right and then text transform uppercase and text-decoration:none to get rid of the underline here alright so now it's looking pretty close there let's give it the border so just write border solid and I'm just going to reference the same text value so three a six one six eight all right and then padding so as you can see it's like pushed up right against the text now so let's give it some padding so we've got padding of ten pixels on the top and bottom and then it's a little bit more on the left and right so we'll do twenty pixels on the left and right so just write padding 10 pixels top and bottom and 20 pixels left and right and then if we refresh looking pretty good but we still need a border radius so just right border radius and let's go with nine pixels all right okay so now it's a little rounded there and now let's drop down and move on to our hover color for the button so right BTN : hover and then let's change the color to that too it's kind of like a off-white color so the hex value is CBB fd6 and then let's do the same with the border is there a boarder solid hash tag CB d FD six for the hex value and then let's go ahead and refresh so now if we hover over it that we have it turning white so the original if you notice that the line for the border is a little slimmer so let's write two pixels then refresh okay and actually this is the finished version we're looking at alright so this one there we have it but it has no delay when we hover over it it's just turning white and going back instantly so let's write transition and then : all zero point five seconds so that's going to give it a little bit of a transition there when we hover over it to change colors so see how it doesn't change like instantly it kind of delays a tiny bit which looks pretty nice I think all right so now let's drop down and let's just make that paragraph text a little bigger underneath the image and then we'll move on to the media queries so we'll reference out with the P for paragraph and then let's give it a font size of two hundred percent line height of two hundred percent refresh and that's kind of gigantic there will change us to 150 and 120 and then let's just give it a different font family to make it look a little softer here so let's give it a font family of sans-serif all right now if we refresh it and drop down that looks a little better again we're just using this to kind of get the feel of the full screen landing page all right so now let's just fix this little image issue with it not displaying in the center here so go up to the intro class so dot intro and where we have the background URL with the URL to the image here so after the parenthesis closes just right fit no - repeat 50% 50% alright and then refresh and there we have the image looking just like the original here alright so that does it for all of our full screen CSS here so now we can go ahead and move over to our media query so let's just size this down and get an idea of where we're at before we add media queries so as you can see the text is way too big as for the image the background image is actually going to already be set for us no matter how wide or narrow we make the website so basically what we're going to be changing is the size of the animate easy text the button where it says get started and the padding that we have underneath the content class so we can kind of push the text and button up a little bit as we size it down so let's go ahead and scroll up here so as you can see for the content class we have padding bottom 28% so let's make that our first style here in the media screen and max width 900 pixel query here so just write dot content for the content class and then we'll give it a padding bottom of 30% all right so now that we've done that lets just size down the screen here with the animate easy text so we can see that text change because we're going to do the heading 1 next so just write dot content to the content class and then h1 and let's change the font size from six hundred percent I believe it was to four hundred and fifty percent and then we'll be able to see this change take place at this nine hundred pixel or less mark all right so now let's drop down and start styling our button for the nine hundred pixel mark so we'll just reference that with the BTN class here and then let's change the font size and then we'll change the padding in between the border and the actual text so just change the font size to one hundred and ten percent and then we'll change the padding for top and bottom to seven pixels and left-right 15 pixels and let's just give it a quick look here to see how the button changes so there we go now similar to the animate easy text that's dropped in size let's give it a little more padding though so let's change nine or sorry seven pixels to nine pixels and fifteen to seventeen all right that looks a little bit better and now let's go ahead and just copy these three style selectors here and we can just paste them right into the max width 768 media query here and we'll just make some minor changes so let's change the padding bottom to 40% the font size to 300% and then let's actually leave the font size for the button here at 110 and then increase the the button here to button text here to 130 percent so that looks a little better and now as we size it down you'll see that it changes again there at the 768 pixel mark and then let's also just add the paragraph text here just to keep everything in line so let's give that a font size of 120 percent and then let's change the line height just to 100% from 120 percent okay so there we go so now we have a changing for us twice with three different sizes and let's add our last media query here for sort of the mobile width at 480 pixels so I'm just going to copy this one for 768 to include the paragraph text at the bottom and let's change the padding bottom to 50% the font size to 100% and then the padding for the button I'm just going to change that to 7 pixels and 15 for 768 and then this one let's make it 6 pixels and 14 pixels and then 250 for the heading 1 text so kind of jumping around but if you need to just pause the video for a sec but that does it you guys so that's our last bit of style that we're going to add so as you can see here it's animating quite nicely for us and proportionate to the mobile version just as it is for the full width version here so I want to thank you for watching thanks for sticking around with me through the tutorial don't forget to subscribe and I'll see you in the next video thanks for watching
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