Use a "States" button to achieve this in a very simple way. All elements within a states button are triggered, when the states button itself is "touched" (hovered, clicked) by your mouse:
• Place an image into the button.
• Place a text object into the button too and assign "Opacity: 0 %" to it in normal state.
• Now go to mouseover state and assign "Opacity: 100 %" to the text element.
• That's it.
Yes, that works! Thank you very much!
But I can't make a headline and a paragraph with different fonts and/or sizes, within the same text box. Do anybody know, if this can be done somehow?
What? Could you explain this? Of course you can have different text attributes in the same text box! What exactly do you want to say us?
When I choose a part of the text in my text box and choose another font, size or color, nothing happens except, that the box, where I chose another attribute says, that the text is now for example green. If i choose the entire text, I can change these things, but it will affect everything in the text box. When I view it in preview, the entire text still has the same attributes.
Is it possible, that you didn’t read my posting precisely enough?
Look at this example: http://states-button-demo.businesscatalyst.com/index.html
You may download the example file directly from this site.
I don’t explain anything for now, because it is really better, if you figure out the solution by yourself.
If you can’t -> ask!