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    Hi guys, i’m wondering how can I create a translucent/transparent layer that “teaches” the user how to use certain page? and when you make a click anywhere, it just disappears. You know the one that has arrows pointing the options inside the page telling the user basically how to do everything.
    Does anybody have an idea?


    You’ll have to place a DIV over the actual page — so you’re going to have to position it absolutely. The actual page, or the contents that you want to cover, also needs to be positioned absolutely, but with a lower Z-index.

    To make it disappear on click, a jQuery call would be best.


    Thanks @Senff… its a good way to start, have you seen any live samples?

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