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  1. Ah, I didn't realize I could just add it that way, perfect, thank you! And whoops, you're right about the X position!
  2. Is there a better way to handle this? Still learning, and tried searching for answers unsuccessfully. The best method I found to repeat a timeline on each element was this code, but then after it runs through once, I needed the first element to come back and pause. So I decided to use a setTimeout after 16 seconds (each element runs for 4 seconds, so after 16 seconds the animation is over) and then do another timeline on the first element to show it again and essentially pause the animation. This works, but I doubt this is the best way, and there might be a native timeline way to handle this? Codepen Link var tl = new TimelineMax(); $(".title__sub").each(function(index, element){ tl.to(element, 1, {opacity:1}) .to(element, 1, {x:400, opacity:0, ease:Power2.easeIn}, "+=2") .to(element, 0, {x:0}) }) setTimeout(function(){ tl.to(".title__sub--1", 1, {x:0, opacity: 1}); }, 16000)