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  1. 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
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