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Greensock-material on a Wordpress-site

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Hi Greensock,

My question is how and where do I insert Greensock-material on a Wordpress-Page?


I have created a SVG-animation that works perfect and placed it in a html-file and now I want to transfer the animation-material to a Wordpress-page.  The animation use following scripts:





demo5.js (this is where I have placed the animation-code)






Where in Wordpress do I put all this files?


Best regards

Ingemar Jönsson


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It probably depends on how you want to you use GSAP animations. Are they going to be integrated into a theme or are you just trying to get an animation to run inside a blog post?


I'm not a wordpress guy, so I won't have any expert advice for you, but this thread covers a bunch of options: 



If none of that makes sense you may want to just create your animation on CodePen and use their embed feature:



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Hi Carl,


For now my Purpose is to let the animation run in a blog post. But maybe in the future I want to integrate GSAP in a theme, because I like the animation-platform and there is a lots of potential to create great stuff with GSAP.


Have a nice day  

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Hi again,


I still have some questions about where and how to place Greensock-material on a Wordpress-site.



My svg-animation use one js-file called "animation.js" and one css-file called "animation.css". I use the SVG-support-plugin in Wordpress so I can store svg-images in my media library and style svg-elements using css.


The svg-image for the animation is embedded on a Wordpress-page (not in a blog post) and I use the "style-svg"-class in SVG-support-plugin so the svg-image will be rendered as an inline svg, rather than an IMG-tag.


The "animation.js"-file consists of tweenMaxLite, Morph SVG-plugin, Draw SVG-plugin and some specific code for the animation.


My questions are:

1) Where in Wordpress do I place the "animation.js" and "animation.css" files?


2) Do I have to write some extra code on the Wordpress-page where the svg-image/animation is placed?


3) Since Wordpress use and automatically loads jQuery. Do I still need to add some jQuery-script so Greensock will work properly?


Ingemar Jönsson





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