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    Javascript polite loading help

    The easiest way for me to do polite load/lazy load is "activate" the html until the window.onload event is triggered" <div id="banner"></div> <script id="template"> /* <h1>Look at this promo</h1> <img src="bigImage.png" /> <img src="anotherImage.jpg" /> <div class="cta">BUY NOW!</div> */ </script> <script type="text/javascript"> window.onload = function(){ var tpl = document.getElementById("template").text; tpl = tpl.replace("/*", ""); tpl = tpl.replace("*/", ""); var banner = document.getElementById('banner'); banner.innerHTML = tpl; //BANNER ANIMATION STARTS HERE } </script>
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    Latest Firefox for Windows breaks rendering.

    Just in case changing from <img> to <div> with background-image fixes the issue. Apparently rendering of combined images (one on top of the other) is treated differently by the engine.
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    Latest Firefox for Windows breaks rendering.

    Sorry Jack. I tried to do it with CSS just to confirm that GSAP was not the issue and it was more related to the FF rendering engine. It is for a client with is own CDN and since I cannot bring in GSAP anyways I had to do it with CSS to stay within my 150 kb limit.
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    Latest Firefox for Windows breaks rendering.

    Attached is how it renders the animation.
  5. When checking this simple animation in the latest Firefox Windows I'm seeing a lot of "jaggies" in the images. Anybody experiencing something like that?
  6. @anivendo can you explain a little more the "Cycle property for staggered animations" and "Enhanced Loop Functionality".
  7. @anivendo what are the effects "Automatic Call-To-Action Animation"? how do they look like?
  8. This is a great way to push forward the acquisition of GSAP as the standard for banner animation. I have created a tool that pretty much use for layout:
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    Banner backup images

    Actually it just handle images (in this case an screenshot of the banner when it has finished), not code.
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    Banner backup images

    I created this tool to help me out Back Up Screenshot Editor
  11. emmanuelulloa

    REMOTE JOBS | HTML5 BANNER DEVELOPER

    Leo intente con 5CROWD.com. Por lo menos hace las vueltas con el BN y conecta su cuenta con PayPal y está listo para cuando salga un trabajo freelance.
  12. emmanuelulloa

    Bannertime tutorial/questions

    @Gedas you might have advanced Bannertime adoption by a 100%. Great work!
  13. emmanuelulloa

    Javascript custom ease?

    T H I S I S A W E S O M E ! ! !
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    Javascript custom ease?

    Is there a way to use other easing functions with GSAP without having to use the CustomEase plugin? Say I want to use this function for tweening: function bouncePast(t){ if (t < (1 / 2.75)) { return (7.5625 * t * t); } else if (t < (2 / 2.75)) { return 2 - (7.5625 * (t -= (1.5 / 2.75)) * t + .75); } else if (t < (2.5 / 2.75)) { return 2 - (7.5625 * (t -= (2.25 / 2.75)) * t + .9375); } else { return 2 - (7.5625 * (t -= (2.625 / 2.75)) * t + .984375); } } and then just do something like TweenMax.to("#ball", 1, {x: "+=300", ease: bouncePast});
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    Freelance HTML5 Banner Ad Developer Opportunities

    I've been looking for something like this for a long time. Let's try it...