I am trying to achieve a specific task and I am wondering what is the best way to do it with Cwicly.
I have a div with a 3 columns pricing tab (green), and a div with a payment form (red).
(Normally the payment form is completely hidden on the right, I put it this way to make things more clear).
Is it possible that when a user click a button (in this case one of the "get started’), the first div slide to the left to be hidden, and the second dive takes his place sliding from the right?
I tried with relative styling but I did not succeed, I am not sure that it is possible as the trigger should act on a separate div.
Thank you for your time, let me know if something is not clear or if I missed important information.
Have a great day,
I initially tried modal but unfortunately forms are not rendered properly inside.
I quickly tried popup and it seems to be working like a charm, so I will certainly go for this solution. Thank you!
I am yet still curious if it’s possible to create the kind of animation I explained in my previous message?
Wow, mind blown!
Thank you so much for your time on this, I’m sure the community would love to see this tutorial if you highlight it in a special post.
Again thank you, that is awesome.
Have a great evening!