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  1. Thanks Diaco, this was helpful in understanding the syntax and the right approach. Unlike my reply, I do appreciate the quick response time.

     

    Both approaches work and it was difficult to find an example to decipher that wasn't significantly more complex.

     

    I am an Ancient Warrior as well and my battle axe of choice also happens to be the Guitar .. rock on \m/

  2. I have used GSAP for a few years now, after being introduced to it through college. I am a big fan and want to use it for animating a sequence in my portfolio site. I am testing a simple concept to see if I can make a much more complex sequence

     

    What I am trying to do is change an image at a specific point in the Timeline sequence - essentially changing the "src" path of the image.

     

    I have spent an hour or two now scouring the forums and searching online for a solution, and the only seemingly related issues are much more complex. I am aware of the possibility of using jQuery and the "attr" , however ideally I would like to keep it as simple as possible, and believe there should be a way to simply change the source of the image as a 'src' css property.

     

    I have tried it without the CSS Plugin, as well as spelling out the word. I have also ran a check on the image source to make sure it isn't a file-path issue.

     

    Here is the code as of now:

     

    <body>

        <img src="images/7.gif" id="seven">
        
    </body>

     <script>

        var seven = document.querySelector("#seven");     
        var tl = new TimelineMax({delay: 2, repeat: 2, repeatDelay: 2});

        window.onload = function() {
            tl.from(seven, 0.5, {autoAlpha: 0.5, x: +100})
                .to(seven, 0.1, {y: + 100, x: + 300})
                .to(seven, 0.4, {css:{src: "images/7777777.png"}});

     

                var pathSource = String(seven.src);
                console.log(pathSource);
        }  
    </script>

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