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  1. Hello Guys, I want to know to get this effect. Many websites have these. When we hover on a piece of text, images pop-up and when we move away from text, they disapper. Well, the major drawback for me is that I don't know the javascript at all! But I'm great at html&css. I just want a simple effect, image pop-up and move along as we move the cursor on text. I'm sharing the websites which have these effects. I'm including a codepen which has this effect but the problem is, when implement that javascript into my website, it has a part, this on const image = document.querySelector('img') This select all the img tag and I don't even why it has an empty img tag in the beginnning of html. It would be great, if you can help me in any way. https://www.craig-reynolds.com/ https://normal.studio/en/ Thanks & Have a great day!
  2. Hi This is part of a bigger animated timeline but I just put the part where am stuck. I'm stuck on how to reverse and play a timeline based on a mouseover event because they keep stacking on top of each other. As per the codepen example: The 'Main Title' staggers in, staggers out and the first div loads (expertise01). If you hover over any of the 'Sub - Titles', it reverses the timeline on the currently loaded div and plays the requested div. Note on mouseout, I'm hoping to have the div stay in place until another mouseover event occurs. Appreciate the help.
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