This is more CSS related then Hype but I hope someone can help me out here as my CSS is limited at best.
I have a functioning webpage with in it currently an old flexible image slider called ‘ninja-slider’. It’s nice, works well but limited in what I could do with it.
My idea was to replace that ‘ninja-slider’ with a flexible Hype animation.
After a some trail & error I managed to largely mirror the effects and transitions from the slider into a Hype document and made it flexible too.
Problem is that when I insert the Hype code into my existing document the class it’s in collapses immediately and the Hype animation doesn’t show.
I’ve tried giving that class (topbox) a height and then my Hype document shows up but then the class is no longer flexible on the Y-axis.
Anyone know how I can tell that class or the Hype document it has to be 567px heigh and be flexible responding to browser window width/height?