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Reverse TimelineLite

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I have a little problem understanding the function of reverse TimelineLite.

If someone has 5 minutes to help me understand, would be nice.

$('#plop').on('click', function() {
  // Animation
  var animNav = new TimelineLite({
    paused: true
  animNav.to('#nav', 0.2, {
      x: 100,
      opacity: 1,
      ease: Sine.easeInOut
    .staggerTo('.nav-link', 0.1, {
      opacity: 1,
      ease: Sine.easeInOut
    }, '0.1', '-=0.15');
  if ($(this).hasClass('is-open')) {
  } else {
  return false;


See the Pen OVaGjB by sutterlity (@sutterlity) on CodePen

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The problem lies in creating a new timeline on every click ... essentially, it is issuing the reverse() method on a timeline that hasn't yet played. Create the timeline outside of your click event and then control it with the click event.


See the Pen gpQyzB by sgorneau (@sgorneau) on CodePen

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Great job, Shaun!

Thanks for helping out.

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