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  1. Hi once again. i've created my site and am using tweenmax&lite scripts alot and i'm loving it. My problem is; i've installed a plugin called Revolution slider and this slider has tweenmax embedded into it too. And a minor (but crucial) animation in my page is not animating as it suppose to on the page this slider is being placed in. The animation is site wide, footer show&hide which you can see easly from this page. http://goo.gl/VDQqNt (please click Expand to see link on the bottom). As you can see, the footer slides in the window is positioned on the bottom. Now please check the same animation on this screen. As you can see the footer appears but the window wont move to the location. And this small bit is the headache that my clients are hell bent on giving me. I've contacted them and trying to solve this issue but i strongly suspect that this is the cause of the tweenmax scripts being loaded again and again. So my question is, is there a jquery no conflict equlivent for gsjp ? (since i'm assuming its conflicting some how) Also any suggestion on the topic is much apriciated. Lastly, this is the code i'm using var callback3 = function () { $("#main-content").css( { 'min-height': ($(window).height()) - 185 } ); $("a#footer-toggle-link").click(function() { var markerPos = $("div#copyright-line").offset().top; TweenMax.to(window, 2, {scrollTo:markerPos, ease:Quad.ease-Out}); }); }; $(document).ready(callback3); $(window).resize(callback3); Thanks alot.
  2. So, I'm trying to build a slideshow that uses GSAP. But I'm wondering... do I do EVERYTHING with GSAP? One thing I'm trying to use right now is jQuery's addClass. The class I'm adding basically makes something visible. Can I continue to use that to show my slide? Or do I need to use GSAP to get the performance boost?
  3. So I found a tutorial here: http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/a-simple-parallax-scrolling-technique--net-27641 That makes parallax scrolling very simple and easy to understand. I want to take the javascript from the tutorial and apply GSAP. Not sure how to do that however.. The JavaScript from the tutorial. I'm sure it's easy but it would probably take me hours of playing with it where someone here has probably done it already or could do it in a minute or two. var $window = $(window); $('section[data-type=background]').each(function(){ var $bgobj = $(this); // assigning the object $(window).scroll(function() { var yPos = -($window.scrollTop() / $bgobj.data('speed')); // Put together our final background position var coords = '50% '+ yPos + 'px'; // Move the background $bgobj.css({ backgroundPosition: coords }); }); });
  4. I see that GSAP hijacks JQuery's animate function, but this is causing issues with existing code that I have. For example: $(".object").live("click", function () { $(this).animate({ opacity: 0 }, function () { console.log($(this)); $(this).slideUp(); }); }); How it operated before GSAP: Click on the object, it animates it's opacity down to 0 and then slides up once the opacity animation is done. After GSAP: It animates its opacity down to 0, but then fails to run the slideUp. I used a console.log of what $(this) is in the callback - before GSAP, its a JQuery object, but afterwards its some new GSAP object that can't itself be animated. I then get an error: Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'defaultView' of undefined I don't want to go through all of my code and change things to fit GSAP - how can I either fix this, or stop GSAP hijacking JQuery's animate plugin?
  5. I have a function which draws lines using kinetic.js and canvas. I'm trying to find a certain argument from the function and write that argument to the console when I click on each line. How would I go about doing this? FYI, I'm trying to get the argument outside of the function. Kinetic function drawLine(name, points, fill, stroke, closed, strokeWidth){ window[name] = new Kinetic.Line({ points: points, fill: fill, stroke: stroke, closed: closed, strokeWidth: strokeWidth }); } drawLine("NST_R01", [938.4, 258.167, 868, 258.167], "", red, "", 3); The argument I want to get is the name argument.
  6. I'm using the greensock animation library to animate the translateZ property of an image. This is my code: $("<img />") .attr({ src: piece, class: "pieces" }) .hover(function() { tl.to($(this), 1, {transform:"translateZ(1px)"})}, function() { tl.fromTo($(this), 1, {transform: "translateZ(0px)"}) }) .load(function () { _stageElement.append($(this)); }) } But instead of stopping at 5px it flies completely off the screen. Does anyone know what's happening here and why? Also if it's important after the image flies off the screen, it comes back to its original location, but the hover property doesn't have any effect anymore. I'm not sure if this is a greensock issue or a jquery issue. Here's an example to see what I mean http://richbaird.net/3dFlip/fip.html
  7. I wonder, it's this possible. I've been reading about how good is this platform and I also read about how this plugin could improve performance even though it's a JQuery native code.
  8. Well, I just wanted to give back a little bit to this great community. I've combined two pieces of code to obtain very easy pixel level collision detection. It may not be "perfect" but it seems fairly accurate. Another post on the forum reference jQuery-Collision plugin, which is really efficient at providing fast rectangular detection. It of course, suffers when your images do not resemble boxes. I found this great little piece of code that does pixel level collision detection on canvas objects. Combining the two gives us a nice two layered approach to first determine if objects bounding boxes collide, then get nit-picky about the pixels. So, include both files above, drop a canvas layered below your jQuery objects with the same width & height as your stage and do the following in your game loop/update function: var breakable = player.collision( ".asteroid" ); // jquery-collision if(breakable!==null&&breakable!==undefined&&breakable.length!==0){ // first test bounding box // draw player and enemy on underlying ctx canvas context2D ctx.drawImage(player.get(0), player.position().left, player.position().top); var roid = $(".asteroid"); ctx.drawImage(roid.get(0), roid.position().left, roid.position().top); // get imageData from just the areas we need to check var imgD1 =ctx.getImageData(int(player.position().left), int(player.position().top), int(player.width()), int(player.height())); var imgD2 =ctx.getImageData(roid.position().left,roid.position().top,roid.width(), roid.height()); // now test pixel collisions if(isPixelCollision(imgD1 , player.position().left,player.position().top, imgD2, roid.position().left, roid.position().top, false )){ collide(hitTests[i].id); } ClearCanvas(); // ctx.clearRect(), so we don't leave images behind } I took this from my code, but I think the idea is pretty clear. Combining existing code gives us a pretty decent collision detection. Also, I have found that using the layered canvas allows me to draw some nice effects behind my jQuery objects while still using DOM elements to create a game. I've found that some mobile devices have trouble with straight canvas games so I think this allows me to "turn off" certain effects fairly easy. Hopefully this helps someone while creating a demo / proof-of-concept without spending a ton of time on things like collision detection. At some point, I'll get this in a nice blog post. Cheers, Andrew
  9. Hi, I have been struggling with jquery animate jaggy animation anf I came across gsap. I checked your online jquery plugin demo and I can see that it has improved a lot compare to native jquery. I tried to use it on my page but it I don't see noticeable change on my animation. Here is my comparison version http://prompter.rareapps.org/prompt/jqueryscroll.php?p=123 http://prompter.rareapps.org/prompt/gsapscroll.php?p=123 Did I do something wrong that makes gsap not firing or my scroll animation wont improve even with gsap? Please let me know if my jerky scroll animation can be smoothen by gsap. Thanks
  10. Hello everybody, so far I am loving this plugin it is a great tool and this site is a great resource and I appreciate all the work that has been done in delivering such a great tool. I have a timeline that I created. The timline is not really that important. Just in case though: var tweenArticle = new TimelineMax() .from($('header.food_header > hgroup'), 3, {opacity:0, top:'-40px', ease: Power4.easeOut},0) .from($('article.food > section > summary > p'), 3, {opacity:0, top:'40px', ease: Power4.easeOut},0); This is the site I am trying to put it on: http://webshowcase.tk/wp1/?page_id=114 This is a wordpress site and what I am trying to do is affect every post on the page. When The article is in the viewport I would like to start animating just the elements in that article and if possible reverse but reverse is not super important at the moment. I can't seem to figure out how to get my timeline to play when the article is in the viewport. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  11. Hello - My last thread became a new topic so I'm starting one specific for this one. Here is the original thread: http://forums.greensock.com/topic/8978-animated-rollovers-not-functioning-properly/ So I'm trying to use JQuery (document).ready to load some tweenlite rather than window onload. This isn't working so far, I know the tweenlite works because it's working with window.onload - here is the code: <body> <div id="container"> <div id="lens_flare"><img src="images/lens_flare.png" /></div> <div><img src="images/new_season.png" id="share" /></div> <div id="love"><img src="images/new_you.png"></div> <div id="my_logo"><img src="images/my_logo.gif"></div> </div> <!--- The following scripts are necessary to do TweenLite tweens on CSS properties --> <script src="http://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/gsap/latest/plugins/CSSPlugin.min.js"></script> <script src="http://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/gsap/latest/easing/EasePack.min.js"></script> <script src="http://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/gsap/latest/TweenLite.min.js"></script> <script src="http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.11.0/jquery.min.js"></script> <script> jQuery(document).ready(function(){ console.log("DOM is ready"); jQuery(window).on("load", function(){ console.log("window is loaded"); TweenLite.to("lens_flare", .25, {alpha:1, scaleX:1.2, scaleY:1.2, delay:1}); TweenLite.to("lens_flare", .25, {alpha:0, scaleX:1, scaleY:1, delay:1.25}); TweenLite.to("container", 1, {autoAlpha:1, ease:Quad.easeIn}); TweenLite.to("share", .75, {delay:3, alpha:1}); TweenLite.to("love", .5, {alpha:1, delay:3.5}); TweenLite.to("my_logo", .75, {left:0, alpha:1, delay:4}); }); }); </script> </body> This displays as blank. Any help? Thanks!
  12. Quick question and sorry if it's been answered... If I simply want to add/remove a class name to an element, would performance be better using: TweenMax.set($('.mydiv'),{className:'+=myclass'}) Or jQuery's $('.mydiv').addClass('myclass') I regularly use both libraries so I'd like to start using the more optimized for this common task. Thanks! PS, wrote this on iPad so didn't have access to the WYSIWYG code tool
  13. Check it out its in beta right now for the public but I have been using it for a year and a half. I made a super light weight version of jquery thats way faster and lighter. It has what you need and nothing you dont. This has been stable in all my projects for a while now in ie7+ https://github.com/Lbox/minowjs
  14. markthema3

    jQuery Sizzle?

    Is it possible to use jQuery's Sizzle selector library (http://sizzlejs.com/) as an alternative to using the CSS and CSS Rules plugins? It seems like the CSS Rules plugin is trying to do what Sizzle does but doesn't do it as well.
  15. I'm making the switch from Flash to GSAP HTML5 animation and want to really make sure I'm doing this the best way. Right within my html doc I have a series of animation that utilize TimelineMax so that I may loop the entire set of animations. I have a few questions about these. First of all here is the code: <script> window.onload = function(){ var tl = new TimelineMax({repeat:2, repeatDelay:3}); tl.add( TweenLite.to(container, 1, {autoAlpha:1, ease:Quad.easeIn}) ); tl.add( TweenLite.to(my_films, 1, {width:177, height:44, alpha:1, ease:Power1.easeIn}) ); tl.add( TweenLite.from(season2, 1.5, {alpha:0}) ); tl.add( TweenLite.to(grantland, .5, {x:19, alpha:1}) ); tl.add( TweenLite.to(packshot, 2, {alpha:1, ease:Power4.easeIn}) ); tl.add( TweenLite.to(holiday, 1, {alpha:1}) ); tl.add( TweenLite.to(starts, .75, {alpha:1}) ); tl.add( TweenLite.to(buy, .5, {alpha:1, top:142, ease:Back.easeOut}) ); } </script> Is there a more optimized way to load these? I know that window.onload = function(){ isn't the best way - I heard that document.ready could be a good way but having a hard time getting that work. Further more I can probably scrap the TweenLite reference all together and just use tl.to, is that correct? Also right now I'm pulling in the entire TweenMax library in this manner: <script src="http://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/gsap/latest/TweenMax.min.js"></script Is there a way to only load the select things that I need and therefore save on file size? Please advise. Apologies for the noob questions! Thanks in advance for any help!
  16. I'm happy to say GSAP has given me hope again. I switch from jQuery animations (and some css3 jquery plugins) to GSAP tweens and instant performance gains! However, I'm still not happy with the performance I get on my Samsung Galaxy S2x. It's a pretty decent phone so I know it has the power to play some high end games. I think using phonegap's browser plugin caused some issues, but even using mobile chrome the performance is choppy and not good enough for a production app. Of course, I could be doing something very wrong as I'm new to the mobile HTML5 scene. I'm hoping someone might be able to help determine if my issue is animation related or just bad code in general. My animations are pretty simple: TweenLite.to(jem, animationSpeed, {top:(blockSize*row)}); It's maybe all the other stuff that gets in the way? I've put everything in jsbin for easy viewing in browser and on mobile devices: http://jsbin.com/uyAXume/9/edit Thanks for any help or pointers.
  17. Hi all, I was wondering if there is a way to move a draggable by clicking another element? I've created a horizontal slider similar to the jQuery Mobile Slider. There are several "snaps" along the way. I would like to move the draggable to one of these "snaps" by clicking a button. The problem with simply tweening the draggable... When dragging, the draggable stays within the bounds (specifically when dragged all the way to the right). I suspect it is auto calculating a negative margin. However when I tween the draggable to the far right, it goes out of the bounds. I could implement my own negative margin calculation but was hoping there was a built in way to do this. Thanks for any help!
  18. CarlosMav

    jQuery error

    Hi, im using split text, this is my code: var tl = new TimelineLite({delay:0.9}), mySplitText = new SplitText(jQuery('.st1'), {type:"words,chars"}), chars = mySplitText.chars; //an array of all the divs that wrap each character TweenLite.set(jQuery('.st1'), {perspective:400}); jQuery('.st1').css("opacity","1"); tl.staggerFrom(chars, 0.8, {opacity:0, scale:0, y:80, rotationX:180, transformOrigin:"0% 50% -50", ease:Back.easeOut}, 0.01, allDone); function allDone(){ mySplitText.revert(); } And it is giving me this error: Uncaught TypeError: Object [object Object] has no method 'getElementsByTagName' on splittext.min.js I know it has to be something silly but i just cant see it. A fresh eyes on the problem could help me. Thank you.
  19. Hello All, My question has to do when using the tween target. I know as far as speed that targeting elements in the DOM by ID is faster than targeting a class. I know to use document.getElementByID() when i need to target a ID. But when it comes to other selectors ( like classes, attribute selectors, etc... ) GSAP knows to add the jQuery $() if jQuery is included in the page. So my question is... What is faster... to omit the $(), or include it: ?? // jQuery is loaded in the page // Which is faster ? // without the $ TweenMax.to(".myClass", 2, { color:"#FC0"}); // with the $ TweenMax.to($(".myClass"), 2, { color:"#FC0"}); If I include the $() does it help with speed or performance, since im including the $() or does it not even matter? Thanks in advance for any help with my questions
  20. Why Tweenlite does'nt apply to ul:{jquery object, filled} the transformation in this case : TweenLite.set(ul, {css:{transform: 'translateY(-4000px)'}}); But this work as it should be with TweenLite: ul.css('margin-top', '-4000px'); JSfiddle description : JSfiddle I use the latest version of TweenJs. Thanks for your help.
  21. having some trouble with an tweenlite animation in query. I want to switch the animation direction depending on a variable. I have a variable that represents "left" or "right". those values is set when the user drags the mouse in that direction. And i need to change my animation so it animates in the right direction depending on this variable. The animation basically flips a div. Like a card flip. Need the get the rotation value somehow dynamic. Anyone having an idea? CODE var tb = false; if (dirX == "right") { if (tb == false) { TweenLite.to($(this).find(".obj"), 1, { rotationY: -180, transformStyle: "preserve-3d", ease: Back.easeOut, onComplete: function () { TweenLite.set($(this).find(".obj"), { rotationY: -180 }); tb = true; } }); } if (tb == true) { TweenLite.to($(this).find(".obj"), 1, { rotationY: -360, transformStyle: "preserve-3d", ease: Back.easeOut, onComplete: function () { TweenLite.set($(this).find(".obj"), { rotationY: -360 }); tb = false; } }); } } if (dirX == "left") { //the opposit }
  22. I'm using TweenMax in conjunction with the jQuery Isotope plugin. Isotope lets you filter by clicking an anchor element. Elements that are filtered out get a class of "isotope-hidden". This class does not exist when the page is rendered, and is added after the fact, when a user clicks a filter. I currently have this code: jQuery( '.isotope' ).not( '.isotope-hidden' ).each( function() { timeline.add( TweenMax.staggerFrom( .... ) ); } ); I'm using TweenMax in conjunction with the Super Scrollorama plugin, so that when users scroll up and down the page, the animations are played out and reversed, respectively. I've discovered that if a user scrolls down the page, filters out some isotopes, scrolls back up, then scrolls back down to the isotope section, all of the isotopes are animated in, including the ones that should be hidden. I've determined that this is because TweenMax is acting as expected: it does not know that I have elements with the class "isotope-hidden", so it doesn't ignore these. It would be ideal if there were a "live" method, as in jQuery, that would act on elements that are modified after the DOM is loaded. I didn't see anything like this in the docs. In short, is there a way to get TweenMax to "recognize" these elements, which are given the class "isotope-hidden" dynamically? Thanks!
  23. Hey all, Relatively fresh in the web-dev world, really enjoying using greensock! I've been working on the website for my company. One of the features of the site will be a colour chooser/builder, allowing visitors to choose/design there own variation of one of our products (Mountain Bike related in this case). The idea is, you select the colour of the component you want, and it tweens to the select colour. I need it to fade out of the current colour, then into the selected. I've got it working, although the images I have are slightly large and un-optimized at the moment. I've created a demo site here: http://goo.gl/rvuSco so you can see the effect I'm talking about. The issue I've run into, is that when a visitor first comes to the site, prior to anything occurring on the timeLine, the fade out/in tween doesn't function. It seems to just ignore it. I've come up with a fix, by forcing a dummy tween to full opacity when the page loads, but is this correct? all subsequent tweens work great, but for some reason the first one has an issue. I've commented out my fix, to illustrate the issue on http://goo.gl/rvuSco. HTML code with JS: <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" /> <title>Go Greensock Go!</title> <link href="/GreenSockForum/css/placer.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"> </head> <body> <div class="fullPage"> <div class="colourSelector"> <div id="ringDisplay"> <img id="ringImg" src="/GreenSockForum/img/ringRenders/BlackRing.png"/> </div> <div id="bashDisplay"> <img id="bashImg" src="/GreenSockForum/img/ringRenders/BlackBash.png"/> </div> <div class="bashColours"> <p>Bash Colours</p> <div class="colourBox" id="squareBlackBash"></div> <div class="colourBox" id="squareRedBash"></div> <div class="colourBox" id="squareGoldBash"></div> <div class="colourBox" id="squareGreenBash"></div> <div class="colourBox" id="squareBlueBash"></div> <div class="colourBox" id="squareSilverBash"></div> <div class="colourBox" id="squareNoneBash"></div> </div> <div class="ringColours"> <p>Ring Colours</p> <div class="colourBox" id="squareBlackRing"></div> <div class="colourBox" id="squareRedRing"></div> <div class="colourBox" id="squareGoldRing"></div> <div class="colourBox" id="squareGreenRing"></div> <div class="colourBox" id="squareBlueRing"></div> <div class="colourBox" id="squareSilverRing"></div> <div class="colourBox" id="squareNoneRing"></div> </div> </div> </div> <script type="text/javascript" src="/GreenSockForum/js/greensock/plugins/CSSPlugin.min.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript" src="/GreenSockForum/js/greensock/TweenMax.min.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript" src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.9.1.js"></script> <script> $(document).ready(function() { var isAnimating = false; var tl = new TimelineLite({ onComplete: function() { isAnimating = false; } }); //tl.to("#bashImg", 0.5, {opacity:1}); //<--Required to fix issue $( "#squareBlackBash" ).click(function() { if (isAnimating) return; isAnimating = true; tl.to("#bashImg", 0.5, {opacity:0}); tl.add(function() { $("#bashImg").hide(); $("#bashImg").attr('src','/GreenSockForum/img/ringRenders/BlackBash.png'); $("#bashImg").show(); }) tl.to("#bashImg", 0.5, {opacity:1}); }); $( "#squareRedBash" ).click(function() { if (isAnimating) return; isAnimating = true; tl.to($("#bashImg"), 0.5, {opacity:0}); tl.add(function() { $("#bashImg").hide(); $("#bashImg").attr('src','/GreenSockForum/img/ringRenders/RedBash.png'); $("#bashImg").show(); }) tl.to($("#bashImg"), 0.5, {opacity:1}); }); $( "#squareBlueBash" ).click(function() { if (isAnimating) return; isAnimating = true; tl.to("#bashImg", 0.5, {opacity:0}); tl.add(function() { $("#bashImg").hide(); $("#bashImg").attr('src','/GreenSockForum/img/ringRenders/BlueBash.png'); $("#bashImg").show(); }) tl.to("#bashImg", 0.5, {opacity:1}); }); $( "#squareGreenBash" ).click(function() { if (isAnimating) return; isAnimating = true; tl.to("#bashImg", 0.5, {opacity:0}); tl.add(function() { $("#bashImg").hide(); $("#bashImg").attr('src','/GreenSockForum/img/ringRenders/GreenBash.png'); $("#bashImg").show(); }) tl.to("#bashImg", 0.5, {opacity:1}); }); $( "#squareGoldBash" ).click(function() { if (isAnimating) return; isAnimating = true; tl.to("#bashImg", 0.5, {opacity:0}); tl.add(function() { $("#bashImg").hide(); $("#bashImg").attr('src','/GreenSockForum/img/ringRenders/GoldBash.png'); $("#bashImg").show(); }) tl.to("#bashImg", 0.5, {opacity:1}); }); $( "#squareSilverBash" ).click(function() { if (isAnimating) return; isAnimating = true; tl.to("#bashImg", 0.5, {opacity:0}); tl.add(function() { $("#bashImg").hide(); $("#bashImg").attr('src','/GreenSockForum/img/ringRenders/SilverBash.png'); $("#bashImg").show(); }) tl.to("#bashImg", 0.5, {opacity:1}); }); $( "#squareNoneBash" ).click(function() { if (isAnimating) return; isAnimating = true; tl.to("#bashImg", 0.5, {opacity:0}); }); $( "#squareBlackRing" ).click(function() { if (isAnimating) return; isAnimating = true; tl.to("#ringImg", 0.5, {opacity:0}); tl.add(function() { $("#ringImg").hide(); $("#ringImg").attr('src','/GreenSockForum/img/ringRenders/BlackRing.png'); $("#ringImg").show(); }) tl.to("#ringImg", 0.5, {opacity:1}); }); $( "#squareRedRing" ).click(function() { if (isAnimating) return; isAnimating = true; tl.to("#ringImg", 0.5, {opacity:0}); tl.add(function() { $("#ringImg").hide(); $("#ringImg").attr('src','/GreenSockForum/img/ringRenders/RedRing.png'); $("#ringImg").show(); }) tl.to("#ringImg", 0.5, {opacity:1}); }); $( "#squareBlueRing" ).click(function() { if (isAnimating) return; isAnimating = true; tl.to("#ringImg", 0.5, {opacity:0}); tl.add(function() { $("#ringImg").hide(); $("#ringImg").attr('src','/GreenSockForum/img/ringRenders/BlueRing.png'); $("#ringImg").show(); }) tl.to("#ringImg", 0.5, {opacity:1}); }); $( "#squareGreenRing" ).click(function() { if (isAnimating) return; isAnimating = true; tl.to("#ringImg", 0.5, {opacity:0}); tl.add(function() { $("#ringImg").hide(); $("#ringImg").attr('src','/GreenSockForum/img/ringRenders/GreenRing.png'); $("#ringImg").show(); }) tl.to("#ringImg", 0.5, {opacity:1}); }); $( "#squareGoldRing" ).click(function() { if (isAnimating) return; isAnimating = true; tl.to("#ringImg", 0.5, {opacity:0}); tl.add(function() { $("#ringImg").hide(); $("#ringImg").attr('src','/GreenSockForum/img/ringRenders/GoldRing.png'); $("#ringImg").show(); }) tl.to("#ringImg", 0.5, {opacity:1}); }); $( "#squareSilverRing" ).click(function() { if (isAnimating) return; isAnimating = true; tl.to("#ringImg", 0.5, {opacity:0}); tl.add(function() { $("#ringImg").hide(); $("#ringImg").attr('src','/GreenSockForum/img/ringRenders/SilverRing.png'); $("#ringImg").show(); }) tl.to("#ringImg", 0.5, {opacity:1}); }); $( "#squareNoneRing" ).click(function() { if (isAnimating) return; isAnimating = true; tl.to("#ringImg", 0.5, {opacity:0}); }); }); </script> </body> </html> My hack-job lovely css: * {margin:0;} html,body {height: 100%;} .fullPage { position: relative; height:100%; width:100%; box-shadow: 0px 2px 10px; background-color: #FFFFFF; background-image:url('data:image/svg+xml;base64,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'); } .colourSelector { text-align:center; position: relative; background-color: #0c0ceb; background-image:url('data:image/svg+xml;base64,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'); height:85%; width:60%; margin-left:20%; top:10%; border-radius:50px; box-shadow: 5px 5px 20px; } .ringColours { color:white; position: absolute; height:90%; width:40px; right:5%; top:5%; } .bashColours { color:white; position: absolute; height:90%; width:40px; left:5%; top:5%; } .colourBox { position:relative; margin-top:7%; width:40px; height:40px; border: 2px solid white; } .colourBox:hover { border: 4px solid yellow; } #ringDisplay { max-width: 500px; position:absolute; left:-10%; right:0; top:5%; bottom:0; margin:auto; } #bashDisplay { max-width: 500px; position:absolute; left:-10%; right:0; top:5%; bottom:0; margin:auto; } #squareBlackBash {background-color: black;} #squareBlueBash {background-color: blue;} #squareRedBash {background-color: red;} #squareGoldBash {background-color: gold;} #squareGreenBash {background-color: green;} #squareSilverBash {background-color: silver;} #squareBlackRing {background-color: black;} #squareBlueRing {background-color: blue;} #squareRedRing {background-color: red;} #squareGoldRing {background-color: gold;} #squareGreenRing {background-color: green;} #squareSilverRing {background-color: silver;} Thanks in advance for any assistance. It's working, so I guess its ok to do the dummy tween initially, but I was just wondering if there was a better way to do it. Also, any other hints/tips/tricks/recommendations are greatly appreciated! Cheers! ~Ronen
  24. Hi, Is possible this css3 animation with gsap? http://jsfiddle.net/nGsk3/1/ Regards.
  25. Hi all, I have made an dynamic infinite slider containing animated text for a WP theme but am having some problems. The slider itslef works fine but trying to use a back button on the slider is causing problems. For some reason when I hit 'back' the first slide works OK but then on the second slide the text animation skips, then a while later the one of the functions (the one that moves the position of the of screen image) fails to fire and everything goes out of sync. I have tried reversing, play/pause and a bunch of other things but nothing seems to work. The JS is below and a version of the slider can be found at http://pm.demosite.me.uk/ jQuery(window).load(function(){ var tl1 = new TimelineMax(); var tl2 = new TimelineMax({onComplete: upDatePosition}); var tl3 = new TimelineMax(); var imgArray = []; var contentArray = []; var headArray = []; var subArray = []; var pArray = []; var imgLength = 0; var photoContWidth = 0; var imgWidth = 0; var n = jQuery("#ffslider li").length; var endArray = (n - 2) * '100' + '%'; var picWidth = jQuery(window).width(); var nextBtn = jQuery("button#next"); var prevBtn = jQuery("button#last"); //alert(imgLength); function setDefaults(){ // number of images imgLength = jQuery('#ffslider li img').length; // Full % width of slider photoContWidth = (imgLength * 100) + '%'; //looping through the image length and putting a button and assoc name attr to the btn for(var i=0; i<imgLength; i++){ jQuery('#ffslider li').eq(i).attr('id',i); jQuery('.slidercontent').eq(i).attr('name','slidecontent'+i); jQuery('.slidercontent h3').eq(i).attr('class','slidehead'+i); jQuery('.slidercontent h4').eq(i).attr('class','slidesub'+i); jQuery('.slidercontent p').eq(i).attr('class','slidep'+i); jQuery('#ffslider li').eq(i).css('left', (i * 100) + "%"); jQuery('.slidercontent').eq(i).css('left', (i * 100) + "%"); jQuery('.slidercontent h3').eq(i).css('left', (i * 100) + "%"); jQuery('.slidercontent h4').eq(i).css('right', (i * 100) + "%"); jQuery('.slidercontent p').eq(i).css('left', (i * 100) + "%"); imgArray.push(jQuery('#ffslider li').eq(i)); contentArray.push(jQuery('.slidercontent').eq(i)); headArray.push(jQuery('.slidercontent h3').eq(i)); subArray.push(jQuery('.slidercontent h4').eq(i)); pArray.push(jQuery('.slidercontent p').eq(i)); } startAnimation(); } function startAnimation(){ tl1.to(contentArray, 0.1, {autoAlpha:1}) .add(TweenMax.to(headArray, 0.5, {left:"20" + '%', autoAlpha:1})) .add(TweenMax.to(subArray, 0.5, {left:"30" + '%', autoAlpha:1})) .add(TweenMax.to(pArray, 0.5, {left:"40" + '%', autoAlpha:1})) .add(TweenMax.to(headArray, 0.5, {left:"-100" + '%', autoAlpha:0, delay:3})) .add(TweenMax.to(subArray, 0.5, {left:"100" + '%', autoAlpha:0})) .add(TweenMax.to(pArray, 0.5, {left:"-100" + '%', autoAlpha:0})); endAnimation(); } function endAnimation(){ tl2.to(imgArray, 1, {left:'-=100' + '%', delay:7}) .to(contentArray, 0.1, {left:'-=100' + '%'}); } function upDatePosition(){ for( var i=0; i<imgLength; i++){ if((imgArray[i].css('left') <= '-picWidth')){ imgArray[i].css("left", (n - 1) * '100' + '%'); } if((contentArray[i].css('left') <= '-picWidth')){ contentArray[i].css("left", (n - 1) * '100' + '%'); } } startAnimation(); } function backDatePosition(){ for( var i=0; i<imgLength; i++){ if((imgArray[i].css('left') >= (n - 1) * '100' + '%')){ imgArray[i].css("left", '-100%'); } if((contentArray[i].css('left') >= (n - 1) * '100' + '%')){ contentArray[i].css("left", '-100%'); } } tl3.to(imgArray, 0.1, {left:'+=100' + '%'}).to(contentArray, 0.1, {left:'+=100' + '%'}); startAnimation(); } setDefaults(); nextBtn.click(function(){ tl1.totalTime( tl1.totalDuration() ); tl2.totalTime( tl2.totalDuration() ); }); prevBtn.click(function(){ tl1.totalTime( tl1.totalDuration() ); tl2.seek(0); backDatePosition(); }); });
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