It looks like the reference site which you have mentioned has very effectively used either a tooltip or slideshow kind of widgets.
Don't know if this can be applied in a Muse project.
Let's see if any expert community members have their views on this.
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Use a big "States Button".
The idea of this button is, that, it you "touch" the button with your mouse, all elements within the button change their state, even if these elements are not directly "touched":
- Place a "States Button".
- • Place an image into this button.
- Choose the "Normal" state of this image and set its opacity to 0 %.
- Place text onto this image.
- Choose the "Rollover" state of the image and set opacity to 100 %. If you like, you can do this with the text or every other element too.
- If you want to use different images, place a slide show within this button and set it to "Shuffle".
Changing browser fill by clicking onto a button isn’t possible.