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Aug 07, 2017

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Hi Musers!

I am working on a website where I want to fade a picture darker with states if I roll over it. It worked out nice!

But when I want the text (title in front of the picture) being invisibly in normal and appear in rollover I don't know how.

Can someone help me please?

Thank you guys!

• In one state:

  1. Select the text box (not the text itself)
  2. Go to „Opacity“ in the upper control strip and set it to „100“.

• In the other state:

  1. Select the text box (not the text itself)
  2. Go to „Opacity“ in the upper control strip and set it to „0“.
  3. Ready.

If you want different wording, use two text boxes with different text placed one over the other and apply the above steps to each text element „crosswise“.

EDIT: To built this, use a „States“ button. Forgot to mention it. Thanks ,UssNorway​!

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Change text in states

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Aug 07, 2017

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Hi Musers!

I am working on a website where I want to fade a picture darker with states if I roll over it. It worked out nice!

But when I want the text (title in front of the picture) being invisibly in normal and appear in rollover I don't know how.

Can someone help me please?

Thank you guys!

• In one state:

  1. Select the text box (not the text itself)
  2. Go to „Opacity“ in the upper control strip and set it to „100“.

• In the other state:

  1. Select the text box (not the text itself)
  2. Go to „Opacity“ in the upper control strip and set it to „0“.
  3. Ready.

If you want different wording, use two text boxes with different text placed one over the other and apply the above steps to each text element „crosswise“.

EDIT: To built this, use a „States“ button. Forgot to mention it. Thanks ,UssNorway​!

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• In one state:

  1. Select the text box (not the text itself)
  2. Go to „Opacity“ in the upper control strip and set it to „100“.

• In the other state:

  1. Select the text box (not the text itself)
  2. Go to „Opacity“ in the upper control strip and set it to „0“.
  3. Ready.

If you want different wording, use two text boxes with different text placed one over the other and apply the above steps to each text element „crosswise“.

EDIT: To built this, use a „States“ button. Forgot to mention it. Thanks ,UssNorway​!

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just set it to zero in the normal state and 100% in the roll over | active states

state buttons work best for most rollover designs, example = SD1

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Thanks, UssNorway​! I forgot to mention using a „States“ button for this effect!

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you set it out better than i do... your fast mate, slipped in while I was thinking what to say

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Thanks guys for the quick answer!

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