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How to apply color tween on a div or img using TweenMax in html???

plz  give an example...........

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Since you are asking about 'color' tweening an <img>, I have to ask what do you actually expect a 'color' tween to do to that tag? There's not a lot that can be done to the actual image data of an <img> in most browsers. Webkit has some support for filters, but they're experimental so they're not built into GSAP's CSSPlugin yet (although if webkit support is all you need, GSAP can certainly be used to animate filters).


You can still easily tween CSS color (i.e. text color) and backgroundColor of any element you like:

TweenLite.to(foo, 1, { color: "rgba(255,0,0,0.5)" }; // text color
TweenLite.to(foo, 1, { backgroundColor: "#FF0000" }; // background color
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Like Jamie said, there really isn't wide browser support for advanced color effects on bitmaps.


Here is one way to handle it, but again it will only work in Chrome:



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I think what the OP is requesting is the HTML5 equivalent of "Tint" that we used to have in AS3.


In a nuttshel as far as I know there isn't any "global" solution for this (unfortunatelly). 

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