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Does anyone have a codepen link to this type of animation delay as demonstrated in this portfolio http://www.kkasbarian.com. When the user scroll downs the effect animation happens when they get to that specific point.
I'm using https://daneden.github.io/animate.css/ for this. However, when I launch my page all the animations take place upon when I launch the page not when the user scrolls down to that specific point.
mainin the media querry I created? https://codepen.io/dimitris51/full/GxOVbX/
var arr1 = ;and then
var arr2 = arr1;is that those compare as equal using
===. I can believe that is true because in that case both variables are assigned to point to the same array.