Footer concept

New Pen: Header scroll effect

Recently I had to develop one-pager, that had complicated animation in the header, that should progress forward/backward on page scroll. Because the page had to be very light, I decided to drop jQuery and TimelineMax and include only TweenLite and CSSPlugin. Here is the result:

See the Pen Page Header animation by Chrysto (@bassta) on CodePen.850

The script is very compact, easy to use and modify, cross-browser ( Actually DOMContentLoaded is supported IE9+ ).

Have fun forking and modifying it.

Onepage scrolling concept

Staggering animations with TweenLite

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Wait, wasn’t there TweenMax staggerTo method? Yes, there is. I use staggered animations in a lot of my projects, but I also like to keep my javascript files as light as possible. So, for one my latest projects I needed to stagger animations, and also to have proper event handling system, but keep all as light as possible ( without including TweenMax ). So I end up digging into TweenMax code, and created this little snippet ( basically, just took the TweenMax code and modified it a bit, so it can be used standalone ) ;

var TM = {};

 TM.staggerTo = function(targets, duration, vars, stagger, onCompleteAll, onCompleteAllParams, onCompleteAllScope) {
 stagger = stagger || 0;
 var delay = vars.delay || 0,
 a = [],
 finalComplete = function() {
 if (vars.onComplete) {
 vars.onComplete.apply(vars.onCompleteScope || this, arguments);
 }
 onCompleteAll.apply(onCompleteAllScope || this, onCompleteAllParams || []);
 },
 l, copy, i, p;
 if (!$.isArray(targets)) {
 if (typeof(targets) === "string") {
 targets = TweenLite.selector(targets) || targets;
 }
 if (TweenLite._internals.isSelector(targets)) {
 targets = [].slice.call(targets, 0);
 }
 }
 l = targets.length;
 for (i = 0; i < l; i++) {
 copy = {};
 for (p in vars) {
 copy[p] = vars[p];
 }
 copy.delay = delay;
 if (i === l - 1 && onCompleteAll) {
 copy.onComplete = finalComplete;
 }
 a[i] = new TweenLite(targets[i], duration, copy);
 delay += stagger;
 }
 return a;
 };

It can be perfect solution for banners, where the size of the javascript files is so important. Use it just like you would use TweenMax staggerTo() method.

TM.staggerTo(targets, duration, vars, stagger, onCompleteAll, onCompleteAllParams, onCompleteAllScope)

Here is a codepen

See the Pen TweenLite staggerTo by Chrysto (@bassta) on CodePen.

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