Use Filter buttons to allow users to target specific filters and categories placed on items within your Fluid Infinity gallery. There can be more than one filter placed on an item but only one category per item.
Integrating Filter Buttons
Place the Filter Button onto the page. Each Filter Button takes on its placement on your Muse page and can be pinned like other Muse objects.
Open the Filter Buttons Option Panel and, using the exact Gallery name as it appears within the Container widget, input its name into the coordinating area.
Assign the filter to the button to a filter applied to your items. If you are using Google Sheets as your source of images, be sure this name is identical to that which was used within your Google spreadsheet.
A filter button can be used to Show All items within a gallery or assigned to another object using Graphic Styles. As always, make sure the names that are given to the buttons and the objects are directly identical.
Use the last Filter Button section to input the display settings for the button when it is Normal, Hovered or Selected and the timing it takes for each of these transitions to happen. If you would like for a feature to not change from its previous state, leave the color picker area blank.
For ease in consistency, copy and paste a finished button to duplicate for other filter buttons. Be sure to change the filter name within the widget Option Panel.
The Filter Button can also be used to trigger the Lightbox by using the Open the Lightbox checkbox found at the top of the widgets Option Panel.
Add your items for your Gallery into their thumbnail widgets.
Set your other gallery items to show only on Lightbox.
Place a Filter Button to your page and select the Open the Lightbox checkbox option found at the top of the Option Panel.
Use the Assign to object checkbox to use another object and a graphic style to trigger the Lightbox open.