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  1. This question is in reference to a previous question I've asked here on the forum. I wanted to achieve the similar transition effect as shown in SCABAL and thanks to the suggestion of @Carl , I was able to achieve the same effect with help from TimelineMax. However, I believe the method I used isn't very responsive friendly. Becuase in order to achieve the similar effect as shown in scabal.com, I tried doing it with TimelineMax(here) and used relative and absolute positioning which completely messed up my mobile responsiveness. To counter this, I have used CSS grid and made a layout which is responsive(here) but I am not able to achieve the same effect using TimelineMax(with CSS Grid) and I can't / don't want to use relative and absolute position in this case. I believe, if I use from( ) and bring the panels to the default state, I will have the effect I am looking for. TLDR: How can I achieve the same effect(as shown in Scabal when you scroll down) only by using from( ) and set( ) method? I've tried but I couldn't get it right. Thank you so much for your time. Help is really appreciated. This is bugging me for quite some time now.