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One tween or set for more elements?

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Is is possible to use one tween (from, to, fromTo) or set for more elements:




tl.from(element1, element2, element3, 1, {}); or


tl.to(element1, element2, element3, 1, {}); or


tl.fromTo(element1, element2, element3, 1, {}); or


tl.set(element1, element2, element3, 1, {});



I am particulary interested for SET, when I must SET at once many elements.


Example, on start 10 elements are hidden and then at some time they all are visible at once and then again at some time some of them are hidden at once.

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Hi Web Dizajner :)


Yes - you can do that. I'd probably recommend putting a class on your targets and target the class, but you can target an array of elements.

// if they are variable names, put them in an array
tl.set([element1, element2, element3], {...});

// or just target IDs or classes like this 
tl.set("#myDiv1, #myDiv2, #myDiv3", {...});

Happy tweening.


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Great, thanks. Sorry for easy question, I am not a js specialist :), but I am learning.

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