Windows Preloader using HTML & CSS

Hello readers, Today in this blog you'll learn how to create Windows Preloader using only HTML & CSS. Earlier I have shared two blog posts on how to create Loading Animation or Loader but one of my viewers requested me to create Windows Loader. So now it's time to create this program (Windows Preloader or Loader).

What is a preloader? Preloaders (also known as loaders) are what you see on the webpage screen while the rest of the page's content is still loading. Loader helps to entertain the visitors or content's viewers while the rest pages are still loading. And preloader help to maintain the bounce rate of the website.

As you have seen in the Windows Screen while you switch-on of the PC/Laptop there is shown a rotating dots or loader with "please wait" text and while the loader is rotating after a few seconds, those dots are disappeared for few seconds and again appear. 

In this program, this loader is the same as the windows starting loader which rotates clockwise infinitely. When this loader at 76% to 100%, this loader dots are disappeared and again these dots appear when the loader is at 40%.

If you're feeling difficult to understand what I am saying. You can watch a full video tutorial on this program (Windows Preloader or Loader).

Video Tutorial of Windows Preloader or Loader



If you're a beginner and you know HTML & CSS then you can also create this type of Preloader or Loader program and use it on your websites and projects. As I've already told you why preloader is important to maintain the bounce rate of the website and entertain the content viewers.

If you like this program (Windows Preloader or Loader) and want to get source codes. You can easily get the source codes of this program. To get the source codes you just need to scroll down.

Windows Loader or Preloader [Source Codes]

As always, before sharing the codes of this program (Windows Preloader or Loader). Let's a few talk about the main tags and codes of this program. At first, In the HTML File, I created a <div> with the class name "container" and placed all other tags inside it. Then I created another <div> with class name "text" and insert 'Please wait' text. After that, I created another <div> with the class name "loader" and inside this <div> I created another <div> with the class name "dot". At last, I pasted the <div class="loader"> six times to create six dots.

In the CSS File, first I placed all elements at the center. Then I did styling to text like I gave font-size, color, font-weight, etc. After that, I created six white round dots. Then I created an animation on the parent element of "dot". And using @keyframes property I rotate those dots at a certain time and when the loader at 76% to 100% I gave opacity 0; to disappear this loader for few seconds and again I gave opacity 1; to loader when this loader at 75% to visible this loader. At last, using :nth() selector I gave animation-delay to each loader.

To create this program (Windows Preloader or Loader). First, you need to create two Files one HTML File and another one is CSS File. After creating these files just paste these following codes in your file.



CSS FILE:


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