I am using motion the create an object that flies in from off screen then move back off screen. But if you widen your browser you see the item sitting beyond the breakpoint. How do I get the object to appear just inside the breakpoints without being seen at its starting position and ending position beyond the breakpoints?
You should change the design of this object. Objects overlapping or being placed outside the page/breakpoint boundaries cause heavy problems on mobile browsers.
How do I get the object to appear just inside the breakpoints without being seen at its starting position and ending position beyond the breakpoints?
hide in other breakpoints
I agree with Günter Heißenbüttel , a better option is to set the object inside the boundaries at zero transparency then fade in to 100% as they move ... you can also set then to fade back out later, like a romulan ship.
another option is to make it as animation with edge but thats less of a (Muse only) fix
I guess I am a bit confused then, how in some tutorials do they make blocks come in from the left and right side of the screen and then back out again?
I am trying to make a creepy hand come in from the side of the page. It wouldn't look good if it fades in.
Here is a link:
Notice the hand with tickets that comes in from the right as you scroll down.
Do you think of something like this? home
in my case the element only moves out. But if you scroll up again, it also moves in again.
This is a question of speed, regarding to scroll motion.
I set it to 2 to left/from right.
You could also watch this and download directly from browser, if this is what you want to achieve.
Does this help?