Applying rollover (dynamic) effects on images

This is another category of effects, which are called dynamic because they are connected to a mouse event – passing it over the edited image. Below you can see the part of the interface from where you can Add, Edit and Delete them from an image and as well a list containing all the Rollover effects. Some of these effects have a correspondent in the Static effects list – I will highlight and connect them in the following sections.

Rollover effects configuration

Rollover effects configuration

Rollover effects list

Rollover effects list

Next I will present each effect in detail and show you their configuration panels. For all the Rollover effects, there are three common parameters, so I will present them before; the “Duration” parameter refers to how long it will take till the transition from the initial image to the edited one will take place. By enabling the “Reversed” option, the transition will change sense going from the edited image towards the initial state while passing with the mouse pointer over it. The last of these common parameters is the “Easing” type; you can choose from the following options: Back, Bounce, Elastic, None, Regular, Strong.


Click here to see the sample gallery with all the Dynamic Effects.