Animator Plugin for Pinegrow Web Editor
Pinegrow Web Editor is a desktop app that lets you build responsive websites faster with live multi-page editing, CSS styling and smart components for Bootstrap, Foundation, AngularJS and WordPress.
Download the plugin, then open Pinegrow
- Go to Manage frameworks
- Click on
Load pluginchoose the js file inside the Pinegrow folder
- Click add then active to activate the plugin.
Full guide here for kelvin plugin.
After activating the plugin, you will notice that new property appear in the
PROP panel (Animation Settings) this property will give you the opportunity to change the animation duration, the animation delay and the animation itration.
Also you'll notice a new actions in
WP panel under Animations (it's now under ACT panel for PG 2.3+), you'll find four animations settings.
When you activate an animation action from the
WP panel, you'll see there are some fields you have to fill them out
- Animation trigger is when you want to trigger the animation, you can trigger it on load (when the document ready), click, hover and scroll.
- Animation type is the animation that will run when the trigger happend.
- Animation to remove is the animation that will removed from the element when the trigger happend.
The second is working only if you choosed scroll as your trigger.
- Scroll direction means if the user is scrolling down or up.
- Scroll target when the scroll event happend which element you want to effect.
- Scroll offset the offset between the element and the top.
- Setting the trigger on load and adding animation type like
fadeInDown, when the the document is ready you'll see the element you've selected appear (top to down).
- Setting the trigger on hover, will effect on element the same way load effect but when you hover the element.
- Settign the trigger on click, the effect will happend when the user click the element, like setting
shakeanimation to the button.
- By setting the trigger on scroll, you'll have to full the second section Scroll direction, Scroll target and Scroll offset, so if you want to show the navbar after the user scroll down 500px, you have to add the animation to your
jumbotron, select scroll as a trigger, setting the animation type (
slideInDown) then by going to the second section you'll set, the scroll direction (
Down) the scroll target which is your navbar (
.navbar) finally the offset (
Here is a small example of using the Animator plugin
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