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Text Reveal on Scroll Animation via GSAP

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In this example, you will see several different text reveal on scroll animations for Webflow. These techniques use a paid GSAP plugin called SplitText to achieve their effects. The plugin can be found here: https://greensock.com/club/. There are three different animations demonstrated in this cloneable: line animation, word animation, and letter animation. In the line animation, each line is animated as the user scrolls into the viewport. In the word animation, each word is animated on scroll. And in the letter animation, each letter individually animates. This Webflow cloneable was created by Timothy Ricks and is classified under the categories of Text Effects, Animation, and Scroll. If you want to add some extra flair and interactivity to your website's text, these text reveal on scroll animations are a great way to do it. They use the power of GSAP's SplitText plugin to create dynamic and engaging text effects that are sure to catch the attention of your website visitors. So, if you're interested in learning how to create these text reveal on scroll animations for your own Webflow projects, be sure to check out this example and see how it was done.

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Several different text reveal on scroll animations for Webflow. These techniques use a paid GSAP plugin called SplitText was used to achieve this effect. You can find the plugin here: https://greensock.com/club/ There are three different animations demonstrated here, line animation in which each line is animated as the user scrolls into the viewport, word animation in which each word is animated on scroll, and letter animation in which each letter individually animates.

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