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    Wink Advanced CSS Help

    I am trying to recreate this because it's got some copyright laws against using it, can some one help me reengineer this so it's supported on most popular browsers (Mozzila Firefox) and safe for commercial/personal use for anybody.
    HTML Code:
    <label class="blink">Optional</label>
    Code:
    /**
     * Emulating <blink> using WebKit CSS3 animation        
     *   This code is part of John Smith's blog
     *
     * Copyright 2010 by John Smith, All Rights Reserved
     *
     * @link   http://www.john-smith.me/emulating--lt-blink-gt--using-webkit-css3-animation
     * @date   18th October 2010 at 11:01 p.m.
     * @author John Smith
     */
    @-webkit-keyframes blinker {  
      from { opacity: 1.0; }
      to { opacity: 0.0; }
    }
    .blink {
      -webkit-animation-name: blinker;  
      -webkit-animation-iteration-count: infinite;  
      -webkit-animation-timing-function: cubic-bezier(1.0,0,0,1.0);
      -webkit-animation-duration: 1s; 
    }

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    He's just using CSS3 to create an animation ... nothing complex here and I'm not sure how that could be copyrighted. That's like saying you can copyright a CSS3 shadow or gradient.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cbVision View Post
    He's just using CSS3 to create an animation ... nothing complex here and I'm not sure how that could be copyrighted. That's like saying you can copyright a CSS3 shadow or gradient.
    The licensing terms "All Rights Reserved" (the default in the internet if nothing has been specified) are not compatible with this website license: creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0. So you can not "take" and make it "your own" in your answer but you can only "quote" at maximum from that website (if even possible, talk to your lawyer for all the glory details).

    Any ideas on hoe I could make it compatible with most browsers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cbVision View Post
    He's just using CSS3 to create an animation ... nothing complex here and I'm not sure how that could be copyrighted. That's like saying you can copyright a CSS3 shadow or gradient.
    I got it working this mate, you made me think about my problem and resolve it.

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