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  1. WarenGonzaga's post in Give smoothness to this animation was marked as the answer   
    Hello buddy!
     
    I'm back! Here's the forked codepen of yours...
     
    My suggestion don't rely on css to manipulate your image. You can use the cssplugin of GSAP don't be confuse the cssplugin is built in on the gsap tweenmax. You should add plugin if you're using tweenlite. Please manipulate the element using the GSAP variables such as
    menu_tl .to('.navbar', 0.5, { opacity: '1' }) .to(".big_image", 0.5, { css:{width: "300px", height: "140px"}, // you should use this for smooth animation. }); I've edited also your css and you must have a look to my forked pen of yours.
     
    Codepen: 
    See the Pen YGEEbW by Waren_Gonzaga (@Waren_Gonzaga) on CodePen
     
    Hope it helps!

    GSAP Enthusiast!
    Waren
  2. WarenGonzaga's post in pausing before split text was marked as the answer   
    Hey buddy try this!
     
    JavaScript:
    $(bioSplitTextH2.words).each(function(index,el){ bioTL.from($(el), 0.6, {opacity:0 /*from 0.5 make it 0*/, force3D:true, delay: 2 /* add delay */ }, index * 0.01); bioTL.from($(el), 1.6, {scale:index % 10 == 0 ? 0 : 5, ease:Back.easeOut, delay: 2 /* add delay */ }, index * 0.01); }); Here's the codepen!

    See the Pen PGWbyd by Waren_Gonzaga (@Waren_Gonzaga) on CodePen
     
    Reference: 
    http://greensock.com/forums/topic/9856-inserting-a-pausedelaywait-into-timeline/

    Solution use the Delay variable of GSAP! thanks! Click the like button if you find this helpful!
     
    Happy Tweening
    GreenSock Team
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