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  1. I'm trying to create a timeline section using GSAP ScrollTrigger animation. I've five text blocks (5 timeline elements) with five different images. By default, there will be only one text block visible but after scrolling the hidden text block(2nd text block) will fade up with 100% opacity and the opacity of the previous text block(1st text block) will decrease. When the third one will be active (visible via scroll), the first text block will vanish from the screen and the opacity of the second text block decrease . Note: By default, there will be only one active text block. But afte
  2. I'm attempting to create a fade-in parallax effect on the text as you scroll the page. So far the effect is working quite well — barring a slight hiccup that occurs every time the page is visited for the first time (and when refreshed). The element (which should have an starting opacity of 0) is clearly visible if you scroll down from the hero section into the intro section. Once it passes the scroller-start point only then it goes it 0 — causing a flash and jerk of content. Oddly, now if you were to scroll back up and down the page — it works as intended.
  3. Hi! I'm looking for suggestions. I want to create a presentation with different images that should be animated on scroll, like going thru a tunnel. I want 4-6 images to be visible at a given time and images scaling up from top center(like we go towards them). You can see my try in codepen. For now I don't know how to stagger the images so they will come multiple at once(maybe timeline with '-=0.5' as 3th param), how to make them go past by screen nicely. Any ideas will be welcomed.
  4. Hello, I'm new to GSAP and very happy with it so far. I have an interesting problem and I can't find any codepens or topics containing useful info. Actually I am not sure if this is even possible. What I'm trying to do: Elements are fading in inside a section, when you scroll to it. When you scroll past it the elements fade out again and when you go back up they fade in again. I'm using stagger to animate the elements inside the section. Is it possible on scroll up to reverse the stagger effect, I would like the elements to fade in from the last one to the first, but only when scrolling
  5. Hey guys, I have been struggling to achieve some ( i guess ) basic gsap stuff. What i want to achieve is a text that comes in from out of the screen to the center of the screen and then stays there for a couple of seconds and then moves out of the screen again. Now it is time for a new text that comes in from the left goes to the same position and moves out of the screen again. I tried to achieve this but the problem that i've encountered what that the 3 text items where overlapping eachother at the start. the other 2 text items need to be invisible when the 1st one moves t
  6. Hi all. I'm trying to create different entrances/exits effects for images. For example. I would like an image to appear on the screen assembled from small grains. An image would need to be split into individual pixels (or small group of pixels), and they would gradually fade in one by one. Or. I would like an image to enter the screen assembled from a mash of small parallelograms. An image would be split into smaller shapes, and they would zoom in over time. Are there any examples out there I could reuse or look at for reference. Any pointers or suggestions are welco
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