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114
February 13, 2018

Creating a page transition effect

In this workshop, we’ll learn how to create a page transition effect. This effect can give your site a unique feel for visitors. Specifically, we’ll show you how to use a combination of jQuery and Webflow Interactions 2.0 to animate a page wipe before another page loads.

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Nelson Abalos Jr.
Customer Support Hero, Webflow Inc.
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He describes himself as a curious big kid. Since the days of AOL and Geocities (before the Yahoo aquisition), Nelson has been fascinated with Web Design.

After learning about Webflow in the Summer of 2013 at a Web Designer conference, Nelson has been deeply invested in the app and thus has changed his life.

Nelson loves helping designers harness the power of Webflow. During his off time you can find him either playing with his LEGO bricks, biking around town or hanging out with his family.