Author: Qode Interactive
Date: June 30, 2020
This article is part of our ongoing series of Slider Revolution tutorials. You can find all the articles from this series in our Comprehensive Slider Revolution Guide.
Hover effects are one of the staples of good UX. When an element changes on hover, it serves as a clear indication that an action is required, performed or completed. In sliders, we usually make layers change on hover when they come with some sort of implied or required action. A good example are buttons, where the change on hover indicates that the action
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