We don’t want our animations to run by connecting to external servers (through APIs or any).
We want all the source code to be there with us, not partial code with us and partial code on external server APIs.
No, you confuse different concepts.
This plugin needs only the working WordPress. It doesn’t need a connection to internet and absolutely doesn’t use any external server! It needs a working WordPress installation only, which can run on a localhost server (LAMP, XXAMP, etc.)
Finally, there is no any connections to external servers through any API and all the source code is with you, not any part of it.
1.) So you mean to say that “Ajax” is what’s asking for a web server, and the reason this plugin needs it too?
2.) We need web server as Ajax is being used just to convert <img /> tag referred SVG into in-line form of SVG code and embed that SVG code directly into HTML page, right? So in that case what If we directly embed direct SVG code into our HTML pages with all the appropriate JS and CSS files declarations, does the animations run with the protocol “file://” (or) I mean in other words, does the animations run when a HTML page is directly opened in browser without a webserver/localhost server(xampp etc) as the job of ajax is not needed when SVG code is directly embeded?
3.) Now what I want to achieve is to put all the JS and CSS Files into one directory and declare them in an HTML page and put a animated SVG code (with class=enlivenem) into that HTML page and open that HTML page directly in the browser and the animations should run,
cause whatever the job AJaX should do is not required since it’s a direct SVG code that’s embeded into the HtML page. I believe the only way to run animations without the need of webserver is to unemploy Ajax by direct SVG code insertion into HTML pages, am I right?
1) Yes, as well as WordPress itself.
2) Yes, animations run with the protocol “file://” with a embed SVG code directly into HTML page.
3) Yes. Just don’t forget to add class “enlivenem” to <svg> tag itself.
Hi, Ok, fine. very clearly explained.
Thank you very much!
May I know Ajax’s code file? I mean to ask the file name that has that AJAX code?
The non-minified file “enlivenem.js”, line 145
Hi, Thanks lot for quick responses Dee!
1.) Minified version has the ajax code too right? Referencing minified or non-minified enlivenem.js, both does work, but for code efficiency one has to go with minified, isn’t it? Or you have declared both non-minified and minified enlivenem.js files into your plugin application?
2.) And first thing, it doesn’t have to be wordpress, the created html page with all the reference links to Appropriate CSS and JS links and that html file put into “htdocs” directory of XAMPP and that html page opened up on the browser with protocol “localhost:8082/animations.html ”, will showup the animations too right?
1) No. Only one of them should be used (minified version by default). The source file is for an experienced developers for their customization.
2) Yes, it should work. Simply try.
hey i love your plugin. any chance you will add more primium animated icons? if not do you know where can i get them?
No, at present time I don’t have such plans. All the available add-ons are listed on this item’s page under the “Want something ready to use with “Enliven ‘em”? Check these:” header.
“if not do you know where can i get them?”
I don’t know. You can create your own by using the Animation Editor after purchasing.
can i use this plugin to upload svg files and animso they will be animated on my website?
Yes, you can upload SVG files. But before uploading you need to create your animations in the Animation Editor locally. You may want to try a demo version of the Animator before purchasing here: http://enlivenem.com/animator/animator.html
Also I strongly recommended to read the documentation of WP version of my script: http://enlivenem.com/documentation-wp/index.html
This plugins works really well, but sometimes the animations don’t load when its added on revolutionary slider.
when it does not load it gives this error in chorme
Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property ‘attr’ of null enlivenem.min.js line 154 and on Firefox, it gives this error TypeError: svg is null
In the revolutionary sliders we have added this code
First of all, I don’t see that you are my buyer. But in any case my support doesn’t include any help with any third party plugins (scripts) integration. In general, it seems that you try to start “enlivenem” on non-existing elements.
Hello, we bought this this theme sigma http://themeforest.net/item/sigma-business-multipurpose-latest-technology-responsive-wordpress-theme/15301789
Does your support include for themes, if yes I will ask my collegue to write to you.
And its not non-existing elements, the animation loads sometimes and sometimes it does not
According to this policy: http://codecanyon.net/page/item_support_policy#whats-not-included-item-support you should ask for the support your theme author.
Thanks, we will do that.
Great idea, love it.
I’m trying to enable, drawLines but in reverse. (So you see the animation when you scroll to it, and after a delay animates away).
I’ve tried the “Out” tag but I’m not sure I’m using it right.
Can you please help?
Maybe there is a misunderstanding. drawLines effect doesn’t have “In” and “Out” parameters, it works when your SVG appears first time only. If you want to animate away you need to use some other effect, not drawLines. For doing that please wrap your elements with additional <g> tag and apply an “Out” effect with desired delay for that new group.
Thanks, yes I ended up using a various > fade animation on a top level group. Not what I really wanted but I was just checking in case I missed something.
I hope this feature in future updates though I would definitely use it, and I want to keep using this plugin for future projects.
Can I upload my own svgs?
Yes, of course, this plugin is created for working with your SVG illustrations exactly.
Simply create your animations in the editor, which is included in the downloaded package, save ready animated SVG code as a new file and upload it into your server.
You can read an online documentation: http://enlivenem.com/documentation/index.html and try the animation editor here: http://enlivenem.com/animator/animator.html with you own SVG code before purchasing.
Is it possible to add filter effect? In particular the feDisplacementMap?
No, not in a current version.
Hi, are there currently any documents explaining how to use the morph command? I have no idea how to generate the code that I need to put in the morph command field.
I can’t explain here in the comments in details, so please look at the “Morph” animation section of the documentation.
In general, you need to prepare in a vector software (like Adobe Illustrator for ex.) 2 paths in your SVG file. The first one is an initial state of your shape and the second is an end one when a “morph” is complete. After that you place the value of the “d” attribute of the second path into your “data-elvnmorph” attribute (the “Morph command” in the animation editor). Please don’t forget to delete or comment the second path, from which we take the “d” value, in a production file.
I can put animations within revolutionslider or layerslider? Thank you
No, I don’t think so. It can’t be achieved with easy.
Can insert the scrolling animations or layer slider revolution? Thank you. z
No, as I said, there is no easy way to work within slider revolution. And, please keep in mind, that my support doesn’t include any help with sliders’ integration at all.
DeeThemes, i want to inform u that your plugin is awesome. The way u did it its great. I dont have any bad comments. Everything works as descirbed. I am contacting u just to ask if u have any plans , or will u exteened new animation ways or simmiliar ? This plugin is like a small animation factory. Since your coding skills are on top ,and program is awesome ; please tell us what are your plans for future on this plugin. Thank u in advance ,and thanks for making these
Thank you for your words! Honestly speaking, another job takes all my time now and I can’t give any promises about future updates timeline. However, I hope I will be able to add something new to this product. Once again, thank you for the testimonial and good lick with your project!
Is it possible to put the animation in a footer widget?
Did you try it already? In general, if you footer widget supports shortcodes, I recommend trying the Enliven ‘em one, information about which can be found in the documentation.
I’ve got a pre-purchase question.
The plugin looks great, but is it being maintained and updated, or is it parked in terms of development? I ask because the last update listed on the right of this product page is the same as the creation date, and WordPress has been updated many times in the 2 years since the plugin was released. I’ll almost definitely purchase it, but I want to know if I can expect updates down the line
Plugin works fine with all last versions of WordPress. And I also have a plan to make a big update with new features, but I can’t say when exactly.
Thanks for the interest.
Your plugin looks awesome and I am thinking about buying it for Wordpress. However, I have heard that SVG files are not secure and are a risk of malware. Can you tell me if using this plugin I will be at risk of malware or will it be safe?
It depends from what resource you’ve got your SVG file.
In general, any SVG file is a simple text in XML format, which is not obfuscated or minified. Very good SVG tutorial is here: http://tutorials.jenkov.com/svg/index.html
The potential problem may be caused by <script> tags and some “on…” commands (like “onClick”, “onLoad”, etc.) within SVG code, but you always should know where you get your SVGs and check them for untrusted code.
Furthermore, my plugin has the functionality for sanitizing SVG code while uploading files with whitelisted tags and attributes, which don’t include any <script> and “on…” commands.
Hello! I can animate different svg any images with this plug-in, and I do not need to know the code? Is this plugin effect wandering glow, I like to create – http://pskurs.ru/animation/animirovannyi-bluzhdayuszii-effekt.html?
First of all the main purpose of this plugin is to let you animate once any vector graphic presented as SVG files in many different ways when your vector illustrations become visible in a user’s browser viewport.
You can try to animate your own SVG with Animation editor here: http://enlivenem.com/animator/animator.html
Simply copy-paste your code and play with options.
Hi, After buy the plugin can I use animated SVG files in other wordpress pages? Or need the buy more licences for each project?
In general, one internet domain (site) – one license – one installation of the plugin itself. But you can use a same animated SVG file on many sites as you wish.
I’d like to inform you that there is a bug in WordPress 4.7.1 with uploading non-image files in media library (https://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/39550), which affects SVG files too. Developers promise to fix it in WP 4.7.2. As a temporary decision, I recommend using https://wordpress.org/plugins/disable-real-mime-check/ for now. Thank you.
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