• Using Clipart

    You can add Flash animations, clip art, graphics and even Video effects!

    Can I set a Clip Art as a button?
    Sure you can! Simply select it > Link it to the page you like.

    Do you have a variety of arrows I can choose from?
    Yes. Please click on "Clip Art" > Shapes > Arrows. You can also change the color of it by selecting the arrow of your choice > click on "Color".

    What is Video FX?
    These are cool video effects you can add to your site.

    How do I slow down the speed of an animation?
    It is not possible to slow down/speed up the speed of an animation.

    Can I loop an animation?
    Currently it isn't possible to loop an animation.

     

  • Behaviors

    Many of the elements that you add to your Wix page give you the option of assigning certain Behaviors to them. Behaviors change the way that your element looks on the page when a user rolls over it or clicks on it. Elements that allow you to add Behaviors include: Pictures, Animations, Clip Art, Backgrounds, Text and many more.
    Wix recommends adding no more than two behaviors to an item. Adding more than two behaviors to an item may cause the behaviors to conflict with each other.

    Below you will find explanations of the different Behaviors that you can add to an element: 

     
       Full Screen – causes an element to expand when a user clicks on it. You can Adjust the Growth of the element and choose the Ease Type or look of the expansion.
       Expand On Roll – causes an element to expand when a user rolls over it. You can set the Expansion Size, Type of expansion and Duration that it takes the element to expand.
       Sound On Click – causes an element to make a sound when a user clicks on it.
       Sound On Roll – causes an element to make a sound when a user rolls over it.
      Glow On Roll – causes an element to glow when a user rolls over it. You can set the Color, Transparency, Blur and Strength of the glow.
       Shadow On Roll – gives an element a shadow when a user rolls over it. You can set the Color, Angle, Distance, Strength and Transparency of the shadow.
       Adjust Color On Roll – causes an element’s colors to change when a user rolls over it. You can set the Brightness, Contrast, Saturation and Hue of the color adjustment.
       Transparency On Roll – causes an element to become transparent when a user rolls over it. You can set the amount of Transparency and the Duration.
       Blur On Roll – causes an element to become blurry when a user rolls over it. You can set the extent of the blur.
       Bevel On Roll – gives an element a raised effect when a user rolls over it. You can set the Shadow Color, Highlight Color, Angle, Distance, Strength and Blur of the bevel.
       Flag Wave On Roll – causes an element to wave like a flag when a user rolls over it. You can set the Scale, Strength and Speed of the wave.
       Rotate On Roll – causes an element to rotate when a user rolls over it. You can set the Speed of the rotation.
       Go to State On Roll Out – causes an element to take your user to a Page or Gallery page of your choosing when a user rolls off of the element.
       Go to State On Roll – causes an element to take your user to a Page or Gallery page of your choosing when a user rolls over the element.
       Emit On Roll – causes an element to emit various shapes when a user rolls over it. You can set the shape or Particle, Speed, Particle Rate, Angles, Start Position and Blend Mode of the emissions.

     

  • Effects

    Many of the elements that you add to your Wix page give you the option of assigning certain Effects to them. Effects change the way that your element looks. Elements that allow you to add Effects include: Pictures, Animations, Clip Art, Backgrounds, Text and many more.

    Usage recommendations:

    • Avoid adding more than one effect to a single element.
    • Avoid using effects with moving animations on large elements. Doing so may cause your site to load slow or lead to other loading issues.

    Below you will find explanations of the different Effects that you can add to an element: 

     
       Glow – causes an element to glow. You can set the Color, Transparency, Blur and Strength of the glow.
       Shadow – gives an element a shadow. You can set the Color, Angle, Distance, Strength and Transparency of the shadow.
       Bevel – gives an element a raised effect. You can set the Shadow Color, Highlight Color, Angle, Distance, Strength and Blur.
      Adjust Color – adjust the color settings of an element. You can set the Brightness, Contrast, Saturation and Hue.
       Tint – gives your element a tint. You can set the Transparency and Color of the tint.
       Reflection – gives your element a reflection. You can adjust the Reflection Opacity, View Perspective, Distance, Water Reflection, Drop Shadow, Reflection Ratio and Wave Strength.
       Transparent – set the Transparency of an element.
       Blur – gives your element a Blur.
       Blend – changes the general look of an element. Choose a Blend Type from the drop-down menu.
       Cannon Emitter – sends out different shapes from an element. You can choose the shape and set the Speed, Particle Rate, Random Speed, Delta Angle, Random Angle, Random Start Position and Blend Mode of the shape.
       Matrix Emitter – causes different shapes to blink in a matrix formation on an element. You can choose the shape and set the Spacing, Masked and Blend of the shape. 
       Shuffle Matrix – causes different shapes to blink on an element randomly. You can choose the shape and set the Density, Max Particles and Blend.
       Pattern Overlay – overlays a pattern over an element. You can choose the Pattern and set the Opacity, Scale, Rotation, Blend Mode, Color and Gradient.
       Animated Glow – gives your element an animated glow. You can set the Thickness, Opacity, Direction, Speed, Color and more of the glow.
       Pop – causes an element to pop out on the page. You can set the Signal Source, Frequency, Phase, Strength and Start of the pop.
       Dance – causes an element to move on the page. You can set the Signal, Frequency, Phase, Strength and Direction of the movement.
       Contour Emitter – causes different shapes to circle your element. You can choose the shape and set the Speed, Amount and Random Mode.
       Flag Wave – gives an element a flag wave effect. You can set the Width and Height, Distortion and Speed of the wave.
       Fisheye – gives an element a fisheye effect. You can set the Width and Height and Distortion of the fisheye.

     

  • Animations

    Many of the elements that you add to your Wix page give you the option of assigning certain Animations to them. Animations change the way that your element moves into place on a page when a user enters that page. Elements that allow you to add Animations include: Pictures, Animations, Clip Art, Backgrounds, Text and many more.

    Below you will find explanations of the different Animations that you can add to an element: 

     
    Expand In – causes an element to expand into place when a user enters your page. You can adjust the Duration of the expansion.
    Fade In – causes an element to fade into the page when a user enters. You can adjust the Duration of the fade.
    Dissolve In – causes an element to dissolve into the page when a user enters. You can choose the style of the dissolve.
    Rotate In – causes an element to rotate into place when a user enters your page. You can set the Duration of the rotation.
    Enter Left – causes an element to enter from the left side of the page. You can set the Transparency, Duration, Delay and Ease Type of the entrance.
    Enter Right – causes an element to enter from the right side of the page. You can set the Transparency, Duration, Delay and Ease Type of the entrance.
    Enter Bottom – causes an element to enter from the bottom of the page. You can set the Transparency, Duration, Delay and Ease Type of the entrance.
    Enter Top – causes an element to enter from the top of the page. You can set the Transparency, Duration, Delay and Ease Type of the entrance.
    Enter from Nearest – causes an element to enter into the page from the nearest point on the page relative to the element. You can set the Transparency, Duration, Delay and Ease Type of the entrance.
    Choose Entry Point – allows you to choose the entry point of an element onto the page. You can also set the Transparency, Duration, Delay and Ease Type of the entrance.