Yes I would also like to know if this is possible.
Can you have a popup that is initially visible when someone opens the page?
Ok... so I am working on a page that has a lot of popups (roughly 64, one for each product). The page consists of a long list of products (on b layer as background image) with clickable areas over the top of the pictures.
I didn't want to have a clutter up the design by having hundreds of buttons on the page so wanted an instruction to be seen when you first visit the page telling you to click on a product image to open product information (first screenshot attached).
I was wondering if it is possible to add a visible popup to the page which you could then tap to dismiss before looking through the page content?
Hence the user would find out they need to click an image and then it disappear and not bother them again? (revealing the page content shown on second screenshot).
I have tried playing around with the tick box to make the popup initially visible but every time I view the file it doesn't appear. Is there something I'm forgetting to do?
Please sign in to leave a comment.
This is entirely possible, it may just come down to how you have your file setup. I'd be happy to take a look at your InDesign file and give you some pointers. If you could send it over in .idml format I'll have a look at it.
Mag+ Support Team