I'm looking to do something for a friend of mine, but I wasn't sure if it was possible to do in HTML5 (ie. Edge). What I want is a webpage that opens to be covered in flowers and for the person on the webpage to be able to essentially "pick" the flowers by clicking on each one individually. When the flower is clicked, I want it to move towards wherever the mouse is positioned, and for them to add up each time a flower is clicked - creating kind of a bunch just under the mouse (or possibly behind it). The gradually building bunch should follow the mouse around as the user continues clicking/picking the rest of the flowers until the screen is empty, at which point I'd want something to happen to the bunch, like they move into a now visible vase in the bottom corner of the screen.
Hi Jess, this is definitely possible in Edge.
What you will want to do is break down each chunk of functionality and put it together one piece at a time.
In your search, I would break your project down into these functional chunks:
- call a function when clicking on an object.
- make an Edge symbol follow the user's mouse