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I'm using the following code to animate a div coming in and to add a class to a second div.


Working perfectly on the mac and ios but on windows there are some issues.


ie8 animation working but the classname is not being added (haven't tried newer versions).


firefox nothing is working.


here is my code:


$(document).ready(function() {

var tl = new TimelineMax();

tl.append( TweenLite.to(awardOne, .125, {css:{className:"+=awardOneOn"}}) );

tl.append( TweenLite.to(awardOneContent, .125, {css:{autoAlpha:1}}) );

tl.append( TweenLite.to(awardOneContent, .5, {css:{height:159,top:480}}) );



awardOne.onclick = function() {




closeIcon.onclick = function() {





Thank you


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Hey D!


Sorry to hear this isn't working for you.

I did a quick and simple test of +=className and it worked fine on

Mac: chrome, firefox

PC: IE8, Firefox, chrome


view it here: http://jsfiddle.net/geekambassador/gc57U/


In cases like this, and especially when IE8 is in the mix, its especially helpful to see what css is on the element prior to the tween and what is in the new "className" class.


If you can, please try to provide a simplified file that isolates the issue, just enough css/js/html for us to see things breaking.


You can upload a zip (click the "more reply options") button, fork that fiddle I linked to, or email me. Any way is fine. Would love to help you through this.


I'm sure we can get it worked out for you.




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