[Pro] Target show/ hide layer

Good Evening

sorry for the repeat - but i was unsure if this got sent since i did
it on my phone. and I really need some help w this action.

I have a quick question about the target show / hide layer action
I have one set up on a site I am working on.

Www.grassrootsweb.net/tlc

the example is on the infant room page

the box pops up but does not go away. How can I fix this?

Thank you on advanced

Julie


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First, all four of your elements must be in the same “color name” group (Indigo is default) and each have different target numbers from one another.

If you only want one box to be visible at any given time, you need to use the Restore: Sticky setting on each of your Target elements. With that setting, only one element in the color group will remain visible at a time. If you use this technique, then you can stack all of your target elements in the same x/y space, so they will appear to change content, but not position.

You will not be able to make the “last” one go away, however. The target of whichever link you clicked on last will remain visible until the page is refreshed.

Walter


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Thank you Walter.
Exactly simple just what I thought the answer
Would Be. I’ll correct this when I get home and update you guys

Julie

Sent from my iPhone

On Jul 9, 2009, at 9:56, waltd email@hidden wrote:

First, all four of your elements must be in the same “color name”
group (Indigo is default) and each have different target numbers
from one another.

If you only want one box to be visible at any given time, you need
to use the Restore: Sticky setting on each of your Target elements.
With that setting, only one element in the color group will remain
visible at a time. If you use this technique, then you can stack all
of your target elements in the same x/y space, so they will appear
to change content, but not position.

You will not be able to make the “last” one go away, however. The
target of whichever link you clicked on last will remain visible
until the page is refreshed.

Walter


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