depends on whether you're awake to write native js to use that. For example, there is such a thing as velocity js, it works much faster and smoother than jquery animate or css and the load on the fps much less. Even on Habre there was article now I will try to find
Evie answered on July 9th 19 at 10:37
Sliders is still better on the JS is much easier, more flexible and upravlyaemoe.
Plus lots of ready made libraries (which under the hood can partially use CSS animations).
If used in moderation, performance will be all right.
Clementina_Jacobs answered on July 9th 19 at 10:41
If the site for yourself - write as you like.
If under the order - use for speakers js and css for static. Otherwise, the customer can make claims about the sustainability of the site.
Henderson_Beat answered on July 9th 19 at 10:43
Given that css works at all, and sometimes turn off js. I think it is reasonable to do so:
all that is possible to write in css, the rest in js, although frankly I think those who turn off js in the browser - oligophrenia, and they are not the target audience of most sites.
jacky_Murazik answered on July 9th 19 at 10:45
If we are talking about such a primitive site, no difference.