Is there a way to reset buttons after they have been clicked and moved on to the next page?
Here is an example. I have some buttons, that are hidden but are trigger to appear once another button is click. However, I want that image to stay showing while they are on that page once clicked. Once I move on to other pages and come back to the previous page, I see that the buttons still are shown. I want them to disappear so that the viewer can start the interaction again if he/she wants to. Is there a setting I missing to click to have it reset once I move on to other pages?
As far as I'm aware you are unable to do this with InDesign interactive PDF creation. The good news is that it's functionality can add Adobe Acrobat.
You can achieve this in Indesign.
Add a show hide to the back and next buttons and have them hide all of your pop ups but not the button hotspots. Whenever someone clicks next it will look like it's reset.
Now if Next and Back are in a master page this might not be possible.
You can also achieve this is in InDesign, select your buttons and add action Show/Hide Buttons and Forms, Hide the visibility or if you want the buttons to show when they are triggerred, Select the box in the bottom where it shows Hidden Until Triggered.