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How to not have stop time between 2 animations ?

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Hello kris2sis,


Is this what you wanted?


See the Pen wsbnh by jonathan (@jonathan) on CodePen


Looks like your codepen was missing the jQuery library and including GSAP in the JS panel (located when you click the gear icon next to the JS panel text)


I also added a label to the first two tweens so they animate at the same time.


Is this what you wanted, the SplitText and loader animation to play at the same time?


resource link for more info on labels: http://greensock.com/docs/#/HTML5/GSAP/TimelineMax/



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ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh  :-o

Can I call you God ?  :-P


I was looking for an issue and I saw this thing (labels) but I was far to htink it could be necessary for my issue....


Thank you again, I learn more and more (it's hard to learn in an other langage alone...)


Thank you very much... I'll try to make my mind growing up  :-P

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No worries kri2sis.. i only know one language, so your doing great! Just keep the GSAP Docs in a bookmark for quick reference.


GSAP JS Documentation: TweenMax, TweenLite, TimelineMax, TimelineLite, Plugins


Also here is a helpful video tut by GreenSock on Sequencing Tweens in TimelineLite / TimelineMax:





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Ok thnks...

Just a final question (for the moment eyh eyh) :


I've tried my animation on my website... it's cool but after anim, I can't access the web page. I mean, i can't clic or do anything with mouse...


I finished scrpt by : TweenMax.kill(); but nothing


Is there a tip to that reaction ?


please, thanks

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Nice animation, pretty sweet.


Maybe you're not removing your preloader wrapper after everything is loaded or perhaps there's an error during preload.


If you're using jQuery's ajax to preload, is a good idea to use the deferred object in order to complete the preloading event no matter what. If you have errors during the preload (that could be caused by the server or something outside your code) and non-vital parts of your site are not loaded, you can still progress and complete the preload.


Here's a link to jQuery's deferred object docs:




Finally, if you could create a reduced codepen that illustrates the issue would be very helpful.



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Hi and sorry to answer so late.

 here is a piece of the animation code :

	.staggerFrom(spans, 0.3,{autoAlpha:0,rotationX:-90,rotationY:360},0.1,'here')

Indeed, I place the Zindex to "0", 'cause it was Over the rest. 

Now I think I got to work on something I never had understood : cookies.

Animation appear each time a page is loaded...

That's right ?

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