Could you give us a sample of what you want - like a site even if it is Flash? It is hard to understand what you exactly want without an example. If you want a flip page there are plugins that work in edge animate.
Hi resdesign! I've read your comments here before. They were very helpful. Thanks!
The video is a (poor) example of what I want the hills and text to do. -Not the text already present. I'm going to change that, but I'm going to add text to link to the rest of my pages. I would be interested in learning more about the flip page plugin. Is that something you have to buy? And also, thank you so much for your quick response!
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Sorry, I am not sure that I understand. Anyway, you can use css to change the z-index of layers when needed. You can also give class names to your layers so it is easier to manipulate them.
As far as flippage.js, here is an example:
Flippage is free to use.
I know that there is css in dreamweaver, but I was not aware that it was in Edge Animate. I really do appreciate all of your help. Thank you for taking time out of your day to reply
Actually, now that I think about it, I'm wondering if you know a good forum for starters like me. I have way too many questions for you. My skill-set consists of Illustrator, Photoshop, Premiere and After Effects, so I'm a noob at web stuff. I understand the premise, but the implementation of that premise still baffles me. With my current understanding of the web half of CC, I think that I want to stick with AN and MU - and DW when I have to. If you are able to point me in the right direction, I would be so grateful. Again, thank you for your wisdom!
As far as I can tell, you could create and delete symbols from the timeline on click events like next page, previous page etc... When you create symbols on the stage dynamically, they are placed at (0.0) axis. You will need to move them with css left and top properties. Another idea is to create your symbols into a container that is located at the axis your need.
If your elements or symbols are on the same timeline, you can use css on any element or symbol to change it's z-index as shown below:
In this example your element or symbol will be moved above the 9 first layers of your composition.
Using class names to have many elements do the same thing or have the same properties
Let's say that you have 10 symbols that you want to do the same thing, you could give them a class name.
Click on the class icon:
Enter the class name of your choice
When you mouse over the 'C', you will see the class name.
Then use the class name instead of the element's name for example as in the example above any text field that has the yellowGlow class with take the css below. Make sure you add a dot before the class name inside the quotation marks.
sym.$(".yellowGlow").css("box-shadow","0 0 5px #fcff00, 0 0 10px #fcff00, 0 0 20px #fcff00, 0 0 30px #ffd200, 0 0 40px #ffd200, 0 0 50px #ffd200, 0 0 60px #ff7800, 0 0 70px #ff7800");
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