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Dynamic Ads using GSAP?

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This thread was started before GSAP 3 was released. Some information, especially the syntax, may be out of date for GSAP 3. Please see the GSAP 3 migration guide and release notes for more information about how to update the code to GSAP 3's syntax. 

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40 minutes ago, cartimundi said:

I published it now, in a zip...its that enough?

https://we.tl/t-xApbIa2HaK

 

I didn't animate the <span> because it didn't work

the gsap with the images worked...and I did the same for the <span> without result

 

as you can see...I'm still a newbie trying to get into the code world ;-)

 

FYI you should get rid of the existing GWD timeline animation before trying to animate with GSAP; otherwise GSAP will be fighting with the existing CSS and you might run into weird conflicts (plus it's pretty messy to edit).

 

As Jack mentioned, <span> elements are inline elements, so transforms won't work on them, but you could set them to display:inline-block to animate with transforms.  Or why not just use <p> instead of <span> for your text?

 

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Okay....could i Change <span> in to <p> without losing the feed input?

 

i would like to delete all the gwd timeline animations into gsap but stopped when the <span> didn’t work

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The feed input should be fine.  Leave your bindings as is; just do a find and replace (command shift f) to update the span tags, or you could do it manually if you want to.

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thanks again,..

I've changed all the <span> with <p> and did a preview in gwd, everything still works,

even when I do gsap on a <p> it WORKED!! YEAHOO!

 

thank you all

 

 

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