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Hey Guys! I'm creating a website with React that has a menu button that opens a drawer for mobile/tablet. I'm using the MUi drawer (temporary drawer, left) and it *almost* works great. In Chrome for IOS, there's a bug with css transitions in which if you switch tabs and come back, the animation gets worse and after three times, the animation stops instantly. I came across gsap/motion/react spring, all of which work great with the chrome iOS bug as they don't use css transitions. Problem is my JS skills are weak (slowly improving) and I've no idea how to recreate the MUI drawer from scratch using GSAP. I get by with modifying existing examples. A bit of a long shot but does anyone have any recent codepens that function similar to the MUI example? - Click on the menu, opens drawer. - Click on a close menu button, closes drawer - Click on the remaining body, closes drawer https://mui.com/material-ui/react-drawer/ Thanks in advance if anyone has any examples they can share if they've made any in recent months.
We need to fix a particular section and scroll timeline on mouse wheel up & down with sticky title and year. section should be scrollable after timeline end. We have attached a video link:- https://www.dropbox.com/s/7bssu94w4c29cv5/SemaConnect_Motion_Timeline.mp4?dl=0
Hey guys, Started playing a bit with ScrollTrigger and loving it, great job! Is it possible to pin elements taller than the viewport and make them scrollable though? Like this: https://abouolia.github.io/sticky-sidebar/ check out the "Scrollable Sticky Element" example, try scrolling up and down to see what I mean. Fingers crossed