Gently remind your website visitors to scroll down the page to view more content with the Below the Fold widget for Adobe Muse.
It’s well-known design concept to place your most important content at the top the page, or above the fold. It’s easy, however, for people’s attention to be captivated and forget to scroll down the page, especially if they fill the screen. The Below the Fold widget displays a small popup message at the bottom of the browser if the page has not been scrolled for a set amount of time after loading. Great for single page designs!
The popup is fully configurable as it uses an image, allowing you to display a message of your choice (an example is included in the package). You can control the delay before the message displays and the duration it remains on screen, the fade in/out time and also the screen offset to best fit your design.
Note: this widget requires Adobe Muse version 2014.3 or later
- Create custom popup messages
- Set the delay before the message appears
- Choose the offset to fit your design
Quick start guide:
Download and unarchive the widget zip file.
Double-click the below the fold.mulib file to import it into Muse. Alternatively, you can use the Import button in the Library panel within Muse and browse to the file on your hard drive.
Using the widget:
Go to the Library Panel in Muse.
Open the Creative Muse – Below the Fold widget folder
Click and drag the Below the Fold widget onto the design canvas
Choose the popup image by browsing to the example image in the widget folder, or choose an image of your own; you can use a JPEG, GIF or PNG.
Set the delay time to wait before displaying the popup
Set the duration to display the popup (this is overridden if the page is scrolled)
Set the fade in/out delay
Adjust the offset from the bottom of the browser
Set the amount of pixels that the page can be scrolled before hiding the popup
You’re ready to go!
Full Installation and setup information can be found here: http://www.creativemuse.co/below-the-fold-widget-for-adobe-muse.html#installation-instructions