Ok, so I have this client that just NEEDS to have fancy animation when entering his site. WordPress.
Thing is supposed to be a picture/button, that on click plays “engine” sound and reveals the main page.
I’m thinking about doing that in separate DIV that will just “vanish” when button is clicked and sound played. I checked around and I have some idea how to make that, but I have few questions.
what is the best way to achieve said effect? I’m thinking CSS3 + HTML5 + a bit of jquery is the way to go. But maybe there’s something better. Example of getting sound on any element as on CSS Tricks: https://css-tricks.com/play-sound-on-hover/
If this whole thing is in separate div, the sound should play “whole” without any abrupt break. Correct me if I’m wrong
Now the thing probably the most difficult: how to make sure the animation doesn’t show always when visiting main page. Setting a cookie? If so, how can I do this?
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