Lottie Animation

Overview #

Lottie is a JSON-based animation file format that enables users to showcase animations. The Lottie Animation widget enables you to add top-quality animations to your site. Just click and drag the Lottie Animation widget into your site. Here’s a comprehensive article to explain every method in detail. Follow the step-by-step process to connect the Lottie Animation.

Step->1: Add Lottie #

  • Go to Elementskit-> Elements-> Make sure that your Lottie is active-> Save Changes.
  • Click on the selected area.
  • Go to Sections=> Click on Insert.
  • You can see your selected animation style is showing.
  • Now search for Lottie-> Drag the widget-> Drop on the selected area.

Step->2: Customize Lottie  #

  • Click on the selected text “Lottie Animations“.
  • From here you can download your Lottie animation file.
  • To download this file, just click on the animation.
  • Go to Downloads=> Click on Lottie JSON.
  • Now upload the JSON File from the selected area.
  • Now you can see your uploaded Lottie animation showing.
  • Now Enable the Link option.
  • Provide Link.
  • Enable Reverse Option.
  • You can see your animation is showing in reverse order and if you click on that it will redirect you to the exact location.
  • Enable Autoplay.
  • You can see the animation is playing automatically.
  • Enable Start when Visible.
  • When you enable start when visible, the animation will start playing only when it is visible.
  • Enable Loop: Animation will play always and never stop.
  • Control Loop Count: If you provide count 1, the animation will play only once.
  • Control Speed: Make the animation slower or faster.
  • Select Render Type: SVG or Canvas.
  • Select Animation on Hover: Play, Pause or Reverse.
  • If you select the play option, the animation will play on hovering.
  • If you select pause, the animation will stop playing on hovering.
  • If you select reverse, the animation will play in reverse order after hovering.
  • Once done click on update.
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Updated on February 8, 2022