Animations pane

User 1844326 Photo


Registered User
6 posts

I'm at a loss to find the animations pane or other source for viewing the prebrew animations in the Responsive Content Slider. I went into the Windows program files and looked inside the Coffee Cup Responsive Content Slider folders and found none.

Can someone help me fine the animations pane.
I also think tutorials in more detail with popup windows for terms would be helpful.

Regards,
eddie evans
User 103173 Photo


VP of Software Development
0 posts

The Animations pane is located within the software. It is the 4th pane on the right hand side.

http://s32.postimg.org/rc3byej4l/Screen_Shot_2016_06_13_at_3_04_12_PM.png
Learn the essentials with these quick tips for Responsive Site Designer, Responsive Email Designer, Foundation Framer, and the new Bootstrap Builder. You'll be making awesome, code-free responsive websites and newsletters like a boss.
User 1844326 Photo


Registered User
6 posts

Thanks for the quick response. I gather I'm overlooking something simple.
When I go into my 4th pane -- animation pane, I'm not finding graphics, if that's what I should expect. Here's what I find:
I find:
Slide 1 then arrows for controlling the animations
Global Animation Settings
Animation motion's control window
Element Animation
Type
Classes
ID
Selector Animation
Apply to
State
Delay
Duration

Scott Swedorski wrote:
The Animations pane is located within the software. It is the 4th pane on the right hand side.

http://s32.postimg.org/rc3byej4l/Screen_Shot_2016_06_13_at_3_04_12_PM.png
User 2699991 Photo


Registered User
3,028 posts
Online Now

ed evans wrote:
Thanks for the quick response. I gather I'm overlooking something simple.
When I go into my 4th pane -- animation pane, I'm not finding graphics, if that's what I should expect. Here's what I find:
I find:
Slide 1 then arrows for controlling the animations
Global Animation Settings
Animation motion's control window
Element Animation
Type
Classes
ID
Selector Animation
Apply to
State
Delay
Duration

Sorry to butt in but what is it you are you wanting to do, you have described exactly the animations pane, which is where you apply the required effects to slide/images/or other elements as desired.

https://mawarputih.id
The Help You Need: When You Need It The Most
Website Design & Development
Website Renovations
Wayans' Theme Park
Page Ingredients
User 1844326 Photo


Registered User
6 posts

Yes, yes, but I'm not finding graphics. Should expect to find graphics like those in the http://www.coffeecup.com/responsive-content-slider/ page, "Bound in down," "Flip and x" and so forth. Am I expecting to find something that's not there? If it's there, I'm not finding it.
I'll work on it some more.
I will make a point of writing details for others of my skill set.
Thanks and regards.
eddie evans
User 103173 Photo


VP of Software Development
0 posts

Animations do not use any graphics. They are accomplished with HTML and CSS. These can be access under the Animations Tab by changing the Animation to Custom and then selecting which animation you want to use.

http://s31.postimg.org/7qzztde4r/Screen_Shot_2016_06_13_at_9_13_29_PM.png
Learn the essentials with these quick tips for Responsive Site Designer, Responsive Email Designer, Foundation Framer, and the new Bootstrap Builder. You'll be making awesome, code-free responsive websites and newsletters like a boss.

Have something to add? We’d love to hear it!
You must have an account to participate. Please Sign In Here, then join the conversation.