17. March 2015
The SVG converter is a web frontend to a jQuery Plugin, that allows you to include those line drawings on your webpage.
Lazy Line Painter
4 Comments on "Animate SVGs with the lazy line converter"
Hi. I’m looking for help using this with Visual Composer. I have no idea how to make it work. I am trying the “Raw JS” box. But nothing happens when I copy and paste my code.
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Thanks Alex. Do I simply post the code in the Raw JS Box? Do I need to put my svg somewhere (as an image, or html or anything?)
The examples over at Github should give you a pretty good idea what is required (https://github.com/camoconnell/lazy-line-painter/tree/master/examples). The Raw JS Box will allow you to execute the JS, but you will still have to include a container for the SVG data and attach the SVG data itself