Moving image shortcode gives your images nice moving effects to grab visitor’s attention. Using this shortcode you can apply CSS3 animation effects such as Pulse, Tossing, Vertical Float and Horizontal Float.
In this article, we will explain displaying and configuring Moving Image shortcode.
To see the Moving Image shortcode in action, you may check the demo page.
Displaying Moving Image
To add Moving image shortcode:
Configuring the Settings
There are several types of settings in the Moving Image Settings pop-up. We explain all the settings in the follow sections.
|Animation Style||Defines the animation of the image. There are 4 animation type: Vertical, Horizontally, Pulse, Tossing|
|Align||Defines the alignment of the image|
|Title & Alt||Sets the title and alt attribute of the image|
|Link||Makes the image clickable|
Adding an Entrance Animation
Viewport Animation field in the settings pop-up allows you to hide the shortcode initially and make it visible with animation when you scroll in the browser.
You can read Configuring shortcode’s entrance animation article for further explanation.
Configuring the Visibility for Devices
Visibility For Devices field in the setting pop-up allows you to configure the visibility of the shortcode in different devices.
You can read Configuring the visibility for devices article for further explanation.
Adding an Extra Class Name
You can read Adding custom CSS class to a shortcode article for further explanation.