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B. Ihab

Changing images when scrolling

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Hi dear,

This is my first post in this Forum, I apologize for my ignorance, I joined a video to my request, as you can see in the video, there are 2 sections ( Call to Action + A second Section with text and Images )  I have pinned a laptop to the scroll, the thing I want to achieve is that I want to change the laptop screen in the second section every time the text change, I spent 4 days trying to achieve that effect without any result, if someone can just guide me it will be a great help for me.

 

See the Pen xxqxzez by B-Ihab (@B-Ihab) on CodePen

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Hey there! We can usually help more effectively if you provide a minimal demo, codepen is great for this.

If you haven't used codepen before, here's a post explaining how.

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Thank you Cassie for your quick response, I provided a demo like suggested, if I need to provide anything else feel free to notice it, If my code need some optimization or can be improved please tell me.

 

 

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Hi there - this is quite an overcomplicated approach.

The best way I find to approach scroll animations is to create a timeline that animates how you want it to - and then hook that timeline up to the scroll.

Here, take a look at this example -  the first text fades out, then immediately afterward the next text fades in and up, and at the same time ( '<' ) the images swop out using opacity.

See the Pen 1d5548ccffebad7019b6936af6bd8f56?editors=0010 by cassie-codes (@cassie-codes) on CodePen



The process I tend to lean on is

- Position everything nicely from the start, layout is key! 
- Plan out a timeline step by step on paper or in pseudo code
- Write the timeline 
- Then hook up with scrolltrigger
 

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You can make this timeline last a longer 'amount of time' or scrolling distance, by moving the end marker further down the page.

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That was really helpful, I'll review my entire code and try to follow your advices, thanks a lot.

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Glad I could help! Good luck with it. ☺️

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