• Promising animation plugin. I just don’t know about being the most advanced. The available effects are fairly standards, and you have to configure the presents. Custom effect per block is not possible. Also, when I add the plugin’s special css class to a block, the block disappears from the editor view. Although animation runs on the front end, you want to be able to see the static version of the block in the editor for layout purposes.

    Update: the author responded and addressed my issues. I got the plugin working as expected. Awesome.

    Another update: been using this plugin for a couple projects and I like the animation effects and easy to use interface. Recently I found some issue with some HTML code the plugin injects in my template code causing display issues. I’ve posted a support request about it.

    • This topic was modified 10 months, 1 week ago by Steven.
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  • Plugin Author creativeinteractivemedia

    (@creativeinteractivemedia)

    Thanks much for your feedback. The plugin has been updated to 1.4, bug with invisible elements in blocks editor is fixed.

    For using the plugin in block editor, you don’t need to add CSS classes to blocks, there is AnimateGL section in block inspector controls.

    The effects range from standard, like fade, zoom, slide, to non standard effects made with WebGL, like bend, flip, stretch and directional fade, with more effects coming soon. Also, new features “lock to scrollbar” and “repeat” are available for all entrance animations. The animation duration, delay and easing can be customized in more detail than in other plugins, so I think it is the most advanced 🙂

    Thread Starter Steven

    (@skylabb)

    Thanks for the response and plugin update. I wasn’t aware that there were animation settings available in Gutenberg editor. This is very helpful. I gave it a test today and things are working great. Will update my review.

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