Enliven ‘em WP Plugin is a port of jQuery plugin to WordPress which lets you animate any vector graphic presented as SVG files in many different ways when your vector illustrations become visible in a user’s browser viewport (good for “non-hover” devices like Apple’s ones). Also you can allow an animation to be repeated when user click or tap your graphic.
All animation data are stored in SVG code itself which lets you port it to any domain. The Animation Editor, which is included in the download package, can help you to add these data in a WISIWYG mode.
The integration is easy: just install this plugin as any other one.
Please get familiar with full features’ list and explore the live demo.
2019, June, 25 - v1.9 -- fixed direct plugin updates for an activated copy of the plugin -- made some code changes according to "WordPress Plugin Requirements" by Envato
2019, March, 20 - v1.8 -- fixed direct plugin updates for an activated copy of the plugin -- changed the minimum version of WordPress. Now it is 4.9
2019, March, 07 - v1.7 -- made some code changes according to new "WordPress Plugin Requirements" by Envato -- added some ready to use SVG files as examples -- added a detailed info in the documentation of how to use the plugin with third party ones, including Gutenberg editor, WP bakery page builder, Elementor, Revolution slider (with some restrictions!), etc.
2017, April, 05 - v1.5 -- fixed a function for correct work when there are float numbers in "width", "height" and "viewBox" attributes -- added a style to prevent of "flickering" of a SVG during page's loading -- added a fix for the correct calculation of "viewport shift" when a SVG is bigger than a window -- added an option to disable SVG thumbnails in Media Library while "grid view" to prevent conflicts with some third party plugins in very rare cases
2014, December, 1 - v1.4 - initial release -- versions 1.0 - 1.3 are skipped to synchronize with jQuery version of the Enliven 'em script
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