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Thread: [ID# 18] [Date:October 21, 2014 at 09:19:13 AM] [Views: 893] (Last Post Date: October 26, 2014 at 22:50:53 PM)
  • Help with Interactive Buttons
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  • I'm having a really rough time understanding how to code my interactive menu. I've posted the files here https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/21231523/Menu_animation.zip. 1. I'd like my first animation to run which involves the buttons swooping in and then coming into the correct positions for the menu. 2. When users roll over the buttons, I'd like them to turn red. (like the buttons I included in the document) 3. When you click on the buttons, I'd like them to stay red, and the actual text label rotates 90 degrees. (like the buttons in the document) I'd like this to stay this way until the user either clicks on the button again to rotate it back to 0 degrees or when the user clicks on another button and that also causes the button to rotate back and the current button clicked on rotates 90 degrees. I'd appreciate any help. Thanks so much.
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  • Posted By: - [Date Posted: October 26, 2014 at 21:56:42 PM]  []
  • Hello kwpcreative72 I tried to access your files, however, they are not available. If you still need assistance in this issue, please let me know. Carrzkiss

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  • Posted By: - [Date Posted: March 05, 2016 at 22:50:53 PM]  []
  • Hello kwpcreative72 I am sorry that I was unable to assist you them years ago. The site was still in its infantsy, and there were still some bugs in the mail system. I hope this message gets to you, and hope that you was able to solve the issue that you had here. Carrzkiss

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