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amp-anim

Introduction

Use amp-anim to embed animations (gif, webp) into your AMP HTML files. Animation files should be loaded via HTTPS.

Setup

Import the animation component in the header.

<script async custom-element="amp-anim" src="https://cdn.ampproject.org/v0/amp-anim-0.1.js"></script>

Basic usage

A basic embed. The usage of amp-anim is similar to that of amp-img.

<amp-anim width="245"
  height="300"
  src="/static/samples/img/gopher.gif"
  alt="an animation"
  attribution="The Go gopher was designed by Reneee French and is licensed under CC 3.0 attributions.">
</amp-anim>

Placeholder

You can use amp-img as a placeholder when loading of src file takes time. The placeholder attribute must be added to the nested amp-img in this case.

<amp-anim width="245"
  height="300"
  src="/static/samples/img/gopher.gif"
  alt="an animation"
  attribution="The Go gopher was designed by Reneee French and is licensed under CC 3.0 attributions.">
  <amp-img placeholder
    width="245"
    height="300"
    src="/static/samples/img/gopher.png"></amp-img>
</amp-anim>
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