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Make only one layer full screen


I want to have a full screen slider, which disappears after about 10 seconds and then shows the menu and logo.

Option 1
is to use two sliders. First the full screen slider, which automatically redirects to the 'homepage' with a normal slider so the logo and menu will be shown. I don't prefer this because:
  • When redirecting from the full screen slider tot the 'homepage' the transition is not smooth
  • The real homepage is in this case something like\start
  • The logo refers to the startpage with the full screen slider (i know this is fixable, but still)

Option 2
Is to use a white square layer. This layer is full screen so it covers also the menu and logo. Then i use a fade-out transition to slowly let the menu and logo appear.

Not sure if this is possible though? 

Anyone has suggestions?

Thanks in advance, henk.


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