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Lesson 16. Animating with Timelines > What You Have Learned

What You Have Learned

In this lesson, you have:

  • Added layers to the Timelines panel to create animations that would add more dynamic action to your pages (pages 482–485)

  • Made layers move around the page in straight lines and in freeform curves (pages 485–494)

  • Altered the timeline with keyframes to create points in the animation when a layer's properties, such as direction and visibility, changed (pages 485–498)

  • Changed the speed and duration of the animation by shortening or extending the animation bar on the Timelines panel (pages 489–490)

  • Recorded the path of a layer as you moved it around the page so keyframes would automatically be created (pages 494–496)

  • Controlled when the animation started by using Autoplay to begin the animation once the page finished loading in the browser (page 500)

  • Used keyframes on the Timelines panel to control when layers were visible and when they were hidden (pages 500–504)

  • Added behaviors to the timeline to control when layers were visible or hidden (pages 505–506)

  • Made it possible for the viewer to start the animation by attaching a behavior to a graphic that would play the timeline when it was clicked (pages 507–508)


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