To add some interactivity to your elements in Webflow, you can change the way they look and behave using states. As you’re styling an element, clicking the States menu lets you toggle between the various states, like Hover and Pressed, you can access and style.
In this video, we’ll explain the 4 states you can style for any element:
Then show you how to style those states to indicate interactivity. Then we’ll dig into lying transitions to smooth out the change from one state to another, and finally, discuss the “current” state, which is a handy indicator for navigational links.
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