Marking Fluid Boxes as static

In eLearning courses, we often have content that is overlaid on top of each other or is positioned relative to each other. For example, a Highlight Box on top of a screenshot, an arrow around the Button indicating that it needs to be clicked, a Caption close to the Character image, a description on top of the image, and so on. In such situations, the regular Fluid Boxes will not work, as they will line up the objects next to each other and will not allow you to overlay them and change the position of the object to absolute.

Also, if you have to use a multi-state object on the slide and need to add additional objects to the states, it will not be supported by normal Fluid Boxes. In such cases, you will need to ...

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