s, styled like so…
//...and so on, and so on
The best way to see how these
Google doesn’t appear to have a linked library to accomplish this. Instead they have the following script tag located on the page today:
The brilliance of the animation is that every frame is exactly the height and width that it needs to be to appear as an animated frame. By simply adding the cumulated width and height of all previous frames, the PNG is positioned exactly where it needs to be to show the next frame… adjusted with a clever for loop for “line breaks” in the sprite PNG.
I know this isn’t exactly a tutorial. My apologies to anyone who was looking for copy-and-pasteable code. Hopefully, this at least satisfies someone’s curiosity. And if you need to buy dance wear, our store All Around Dance can help with that too.
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