Hi pdqevo ,
there´s no need to understands HTML, jQuery and CSS in MUSE, to achieve this.
It is even pretty easy, but needs some understanding of Muse, what Nancy consequently tries to deny or tries to avoid to learn muse
to better understand muse to help musers in a way that musers can understand .
In the second example I made those white layers 100% visible, but added a DOWNLOAD button, so you can easily follow the file,
added by some screenshots to show the settings as well. You can play around with almost everything (even with sideways scroll motion, if desired).
Watch the handle for the initial start of the scroll motion in the second example in comparison to the first example.
Here the link again to the file:
Feel free to contact us from the MUSE ACPS and we will show you almost everything which is necessary to deal with muse.
ankushr40215001, there´s no need to do an extra thread in here I guess, I seldomly met so painless people like Nancy OShea, to tell people all the time about html and whatsoever. Even Günter Heißenbüttel insisted several times, I did several times, trying to stay polite.
In this certain case as well, there are tons of wysiswg editors with no code knowledge necessary to do parallax movement.
Of course we designers need coders in advance, to let us do the job.
Sorry pdqevo to torpedo your simple question . Hope that helps nevertheless.
Best Regards for all of you out there
Thank you so much for your help. I knew it could be done in Muse. I really appreciate all the time you put into your response, as well as the example. Thank you again!
Almost any time . Glad that I was able to help
All the best and kind Regards,