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Seeking help on landing page design

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#1 Windyy91


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Posted 09 February 2018 - 05:39 AM

Hi everyone, I am currently stuck on designing animations on a landing page.


I really it to happen like this:


I have two different images (Grey on the left, Maroon on the right)


I want them to slide left/right when the mouse hovers across the screen.

I also have an "enter" button smack right at the center of these two images, which I want them to open like a door after hitting the enter button.


Reference: https://css-tricks.com/creating-css-sliding-door-effect/


One problem with this reference is I will have a problem if the end-user double clicks on it. I want this action to be irreversible, because its like a transition effect to the main page from the landing page and I certainly don't want to reverse anything by double clicking.


Can anyone offer me some tips or tricks in regards to this problem?


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Posted 23 February 2018 - 02:58 AM

Add a javascript function to the click event of the button that changes the css classes of the button.


<input type='button' onclick='changeClass()' id="myButtonName" ... other button code here />


and in javascript section (before the buttons code)



function changeClass()


   document.getElementById("myButtonName").classList.remove('MyClassName'); // remove the transition class

   document.getElementById("myButtonName").classList.add('MyClass');  // add a class name that doesn't do transitions and shows the open door




This code is off the cuff so mileage may vary but the theory is correct.

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