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  1. I created floating input labels, however, I don't think the way I wrote the code is the best way and seems redundant. For example I'm targeting the same elements more then once in different functions and using 3 different timelines, two of which are the reverse of the other, can anyone suggest a better way of writing this so its more modular? Thanks!
  2. I was just wondering, as I'm completely new to GSAP ad Draggable. Is it possible to have a number of boxes in a vertical column and then have these so they either land in area 1 or area 2. This is for a sports management site and effectively the column is all registered players, area 1 are those in the starting line up and area 2 are the substitutions. My plan is to then loop through what is in area 1 to use a PHP cURL script to send SMS and Emails notifications to these players so I'd use a form that captures the data in area 1 and sends as a POST value to my . php fil
  3. Hi, recently in one of my projects I noticed a bug when creating a full-page draggable element with a form input field. On Android (HTC ONE X, Nexus 5 tested) default browser behaviour is to focus on the form field, when your whole page is a draggable container it fails to do so and causes strange behaviour. I tried recreating this in my Codepen. Steps to follow: - Scroll down - Click the input field Expected bug behaviour: - Focus is not on form field Devices tested: - HTC ONE X - Nexus 5 Since codepen zooms in, you can zoom out by pinching on the footer (You
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