Want to face the triangle down when the "answer" pops down from the "question" on my FAQs page here: http://newsmartenergy.businesscatalyst.com/frequently-asked-questions. html ...... I know that coding is involved for this to work properly, so would anyone be able to explain how to do that?
I am an inexperienced web designer and am using Muse to build this site.
What you can do since you started using an accordion in your design to create the FAQ section, is to play a bit with the states of the accordion headers. Have a look at this screenshot here.
What I did there I selected a picture to fill each state (just active and normal state actually), I've set the fitting, the position and that's that.. it works as you can see in this demo page here.
No coding required to do that.
Thanks for the answer!
Though are those arrows from the program (muse)? or did you find them on the internet and just paste them in there?
The one I have in mine was found on the internet so I just dragged it in the "question" section on the FAQ page. So when I try to fiddle around with the states of the object it just stays there in the same position.
Let me know. Appreciate your help!
Unfortunately they are not from Muse as it doens't come with graphics, but you can create yours, or take something free if you have a few minutes to look them up. In this case yes, two pictures, one for the "closed' and one for the "opened" state.
I'm new to this and having trouble figuring out where to find the options for "closed" and "open" states. normal, rollover, mouse down, and active are my only "state" options that I see.
If you could let me know how you can choose what shows when the Acordian is closed vs open you would be a great help.
I apologize for asking so many questions thanks again!
No trouble at all.
The normal state will show the arrow pointing to the right. For both states I browse for the image I want and select it using the small drop down you see on the left side of the screenshot (step 3).
(Sorry for the "closed' and "opened" state I mentioned in my previous post, just ignore them, they are the Normal and Active states in fact).
I hope this helps.