Having some trouble finding the widget to do this (see below) without paying a min of $70 to join a site to even try it out. I do not mind paying but $70 to try to me is unfair business (no option to try, no option to buy 1 widget). That is another conversation.
Anyway, If you click the BUBLE site below you will see a slider (carousel) that is full screen that is HYPERLINK Clickable. This is the part that is hard to find.
Anyone have an idea? I am not looking to make my own.
I just was told that Muse-grid has it but w/o throwing down $70 I have no proof it is what I need exactly, etc.
If you click the BUBLE site below you will see a slider (carousel) that is full screen that is HYPERLINK Clickable. This is the part that is hard to find.
Why you don't want to use the standard slideshow from the box?
Thanks for your reply,
Could you please tell me exactly which widget that comes with Muse would produce a slider like that and can have hyperlinks. I am just starting so not familiar with all built in widgets.
If you could tell me exact one that would be great.
I just pulled all muse sliders widgets on and did not see the ability to hyperlink on any of them.
Saw our picture.
But from the little I know that will not hyperlink each picture to a different location will it?
You can add a single link to a separate location for each individual image. Why do not you try to practice? Do not be afraid to run Muse.
little question: if it works so well, why do companies create widget that do the same thing? do they add styling to it or other small features?
This might give just 1 answer: responsive-not-responsive
Widgets might have some more features and give the impression that it is much much better, but a lot of issues can happen as well.
I am playing around with
Composition widget (BLANK).
It does hyperlink, and my new question is, how can I get it to stretch across browser width? When I click on it I do not get those same options for the widget like resize stretch for browser like I would if it was a rectangle etc.
Thanks for any help
Simple reason: Compositions, slide shows, forms aren’t fully responsive in actual version of Muse. This is planned for the next major release.
By the way: What is the actual state of your shift click issue? https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2360462. Not that satisfying, if the assisting people hear after the 11th post „I will revisit this in the near future.“ and no further reaction follows …
The other issue, as serious as it is, is on hold until I 1) restart my machine 2) I then upgrade the OS, but my feeling is once I restart my machine I will know much more. That is why on hold.
As far as my last writing I see the SLIDER does what I need (full browser width), and does hyperlink, not the composition.
Sorry I am learning!
After doing some Google I found this widget along with a long tutorial video which might help you with your need of an hyperlinked responsive image slider.
Although note that this is a third party widget and Adobe or me does not endorse it.
Let us know if this helps.
I think that might be what I need.
I also like his explanation video and also it seems I can buy by itself for now.
Any conflict with Museforyou widgets in your experience?
John is helpful too I believe.
Did you ever have a look at these tutorials? https://helpx.adobe.com/de/muse/tutorials.html Really helpful!
PS.: Find it more than strange, that you refuse restarting you machine, but let us answer and discuss post by post. Smalltalk?
But: You are looking for a fast assistance not we …
regarding the slider widget in muse, can it do this, where you do not see a thumbnail of the images but just a circle of some sort to show the number of slides and can skip around?
I found a way like this: responsive-not-responsive
There´s some compromise , I guess, but maybe better than a mouth full of thumbtacks (how we say in south Germany).
Let´s see, maybe someone has a better solution? Tooltips: I was not able to stretch the picture to browser width
At the bottom you find a download button, if you need.
Yes I know. I recorded this video for a long time, when this possibility did not exist.
Don’t laugh, fotoroeder ! This is a serious community!
Live is serious enough, C`Mon Günter Heißenbüttel
The "trick" with the circles funny and serious and very helpful.
Can you explain what you mean by "You can convert the rectangle triggers to real circles using the according menu entry."