Thanks for trying to help.
Well, more fundamentally, I’d like to first understand the basic principle: why does a transparent (0% opacity) element still shows when the page loads? Is it because it’s included in an animation?
The initial issue: the project info (a div with text inside it) was displayed when the page loaded. I tried to solve this issue in different ways, but the project info was still appearing. I’ve posted a screen grab.
If you tried this and you have no issue, please send me the Webflow file.
Now, I thought that by literally moving the div (with relative positioning) outside the page would be a solution (mediocre, but a solution). And it works, but the issue I have now is that the div with info behaves differently from desktop to tablet+mobile.
The Webflow bug I’m having now is that by moving the div 100% to the right (so it’s out of the page when page loads), when I’m moving it back via the ”Project Info” button, I can’t use different animation settings for desktop vs tables/mobile.
I’m saying this as a designer who would love to use Webflow just like InDesign. I agree with you that it’s more like an interaction bug. I’m callling it a bug because I don’t know where the problem is.
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