[Showoff Saturday] I made a set of CSS loaders with plain HTML & CSS

This was posted last week, but it was removed for posting outside of Showoff Saturday.I am reposting this. This set of loaders are written in plain HTML & CSS.Edit: Here’s the link to the loaders: https://codepen.io/jenning/pen/YzNmzaVI am hoping this will help someone learn how to create their own loaders.Also feel free to take this for your own use. The loaders are designed to be simple enough to adapt to any design or branding. Hence the name.

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