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  1. I feel like I may be overthinking this... 😬 I have multiple sections on a page, each with their own timeline, all of which are attached to the scrollbar via ScrollTrigger. The trigger for each section is the ID of the section's container, and the timelines start at the top of each container. I'm trying to set up a fixed navigation with anchor links for the user to navigate between these sections. The problem I'm running into is that when you click on a nav link, it scrolls the user to top of the container, which is the start of the timeline. Since the timeline is attached to the sc
  2. Hi, I've created this animation: http://codepen.io/anon/pen/VerMWX, but when I paste it to my code, it doesn't work... do you know if I need to add a link to a Greensock file or something like this. The only link that I have on my header at the moment is: <script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/gsap/1.19.1/TweenMax.min.js"></script>
  3. Hi, I'm a newbie so maybe this is dumb question. I like to animate the color of links, something like: new TweenLite(myMenu, 1, {css:{a:linkColor:"#FFF"}}), But I can't find the property for a:link or a:visited. Is there cheatsheet for all CSS properties that GreenSock can animate. thanks, Ivo
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