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This was from a talk I gave at New York Front End Coders in July 2013 on how to create random CSS Animations.
CSS Keyframe Animations are definitions in CSS that outline the CSS properties to be animated and the points in time during the life of the animation that these animations should be achieved. This can lead to huge amounts of CSS when trying to make something appear random.
This talk sought to explain how randomisation (of a sort) was achieved. Hopefully the slides themselves can communicate this.