2 Replies Latest reply on Sep 25, 2017 5:21 AM by Günter Heißenbüttel

    Change Opacity of Image by Clicking on Trigger/Button

    bethanyE

      I am looking for help with achieving a specific effect in muse CC.

       

      I have a home page with images from different projects. These projects fall within two categories "film" and "art".

       

      When the user loads the page, I want all the images to be visible and at full opacity. When the user clicks the button/trigger labelled "film",  the film images remain at full opacity, and all other images go to 50% opacity. When the user clicks the button/trigger labelled "art", the art images remain at full opacity and the other images go to 50% opacity. The user can click between "film" and "art" to see which images fall into which category.

       

      At any time, they can click elsewhere on the screen, and all images return to full opacity.

       

      This very specific request is seemingly not covered by the standard muse widgets so any other advice much appreciated.

       

      Thank you very much!

        • 1. Re: Change Opacity of Image by Clicking on Trigger/Button
          Ussnorway Adobe Community Professional

          I would;

          place each part in its own page i.e, flim, art etc

          make a new master page and use that for all these pages with the parts you want to have the 50-100% effect... so thats NOT the home page

          then use the default Muse menu widget... set the 'active' state to 100% and normals to 50%

           

          result = home page menu will show all options at 100% but once they click a new page it will be at 100% and all other menu options will be 50%

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          • 2. Re: Change Opacity of Image by Clicking on Trigger/Button
            Günter Heißenbüttel Adobe Community Professional

            bethanyE: You said: "This very specific request is seemingly not covered by the standard muse widgets."

            Don’t think so. Just be aware, that you can combine/nest widgets.

            Look at this sample site: http://muse-tricks.businesscatalyst.com/

            You may download the accompanying .muse file directly from the sample site.

            You’ll find 2 slightly different examples. Just try and ask, if you have problems.

            Attention: The sample is created with Muse 2017.1. Previous versions can’t open the file! Besides, there is a little glitch in this sample, which is already corrected in the actual prerelease version of Muse.

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