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A simple solution to creating a glitched text solution using only one text tag and some SCSS, using randomized animations. Commented for easy viewing.


  1. As I see it, the most confusing part of the license as it applies to this work is the Notice Condition. What counts as a copies or substantial portions? Say I take the compiled CSS only and apply it to text on a webpage. It appears, then, that attribution is required. But what kind of attribution? On the page, or in the code? Is the software just the SCSS, or is it also the effect produced when the SCSS is compiled and applied on a webpage?

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