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  • Plugin Author iodsgn



    It is pretty straightforward.
    Add a new animation and upload your JSON file. Copy the shortcode and paste it where you want it to appear.

    What do you need help with?

    im not sure where to get the short code from ? and how does the this plugin actually help ?

    Plugin Author iodsgn


    It helps you add an animation exported from AE’s lottie plugin as a JSON file, into a WordPress page / post as a shortcode.

    You add a new animation under the ‘Animations’ menu entry in your backend and right below the ‘Preview’ section there should be a ‘Shortcode generator’ section from which you get your shortcode from.

    ok i have just seen that, you might want to include that there is a new animations tab in the back end, πŸ™‚ thanks ill keep working on it

    Im not getting a preview ?

    i used a JSON file from here

    i have tried clicking view on the animation in the animations tab and i get a 404 page ?

    it seems to be working on another one of my sites so i guess its a plugin issue

    hey ps thank you so much for getting this plugin working, i have been looking for solution for months since i first started using bodymovin

    i made this to help future users πŸ™‚

    let me know if you use it, you can have it for free πŸ™‚

    Plugin Author iodsgn


    Sure, i would use that.

    Is it ok if upload it to YouTube so i can embed it?


    yes thats ok πŸ™‚ let me know here it is πŸ™‚

    hey man are you having problems with internet explorer 11 and the bodymovin wp plugin, I find it renders better in chrome and safari

    Plugin Author iodsgn


    Hi James,

    Since this plugin uses the ‘official’ lottie/bodymovin library untouched everything that works with that, should with WP Bodymovin.

    So to debug your issue, check the “Demo – Exports an html for local preview” when creating your animation’s JSON in AE. Then you can test with the exported html file in IE11 to see if it works as it should.

    If it is a file you got from, then you can check that file directly on IE11 by visiting the page in IE11. If it works smoothly there it should also work through WP Bodymovin.

    Plugin Author iodsgn


    Here is your video. I will also embed it into the plugin’s description.

    Thank you!

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