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March 9, 2023 at 16:14 UTC - Views: 39 #71972AnswereddskirkParticipant
I am using Xtreme 5.0.7. My sandbox site is at https://mysandbox.cloudaccess.host/ where I am trying to work up a prototype for a site. I had the title and tagline overlaying the image, but after I changed tagline color, the header had to be reconstructed, as I use HTML for the image (a map), and I lost the overlay. I have spent over an hour going over the header settings and I cannot find what was probably a simple menu item. Please help.March 9, 2023 at 16:48 UTC - Views: 36 #71973
UPDATE: I ticked the box to overlay tagline and title over image, but still now working.March 9, 2023 at 16:52 UTC - Views: 35 #71974
Okay, it works if I just use an image, but with the HTML option it does not work. If that’s the case, please confirm and I’ll work with that. Thanks for your patience as I worked through this.March 9, 2023 at 17:32 UTC - Views: 32 #71975
If you need to use the HTML and the overlay does not work with that, we may be able to make it work with Custom CSS, but we need you to put the HTML in and post back so we can see why it is not working and eventually come up with a workaround.March 9, 2023 at 17:39 UTC - Views: 30 #71976
Thanks, Scrambler. I just put the HTML back. https://mysandbox.cloudaccess.host/ Thanks much for your assistance.March 9, 2023 at 19:36 UTC - Views: 28 #71979
The rules below should do it (placed in the theme global custom css rule box)
@weaver, it seems the option to move title and tagline over the header image does not work when using the header htmL replacement box. Should that be considered a bug and be fixed?March 9, 2023 at 20:10 UTC - Views: 24 #71982
First, a BIG THANKS to Scrambler. That works. Much appreciated. 🙂 I noticed that parallax doesn’t work with the HTML. Is that a possibility?
To Weaver: I’m flattered you ask my opinion. I guess it could be called a bug, in that it can be inferred that the use of HTML instead of an image still allows all uses of images. But that could also be addressed by documentation in the box offering HTML in place of an image explaining restrictions. It’s a minor feature I requested, and I would have been quite content with a ‘no.’ Fixing it in every use, such as parallax, may not be worth the effort for a small feature. Thanks for asking, but I don’t consider the fact that it doesn’t work as a bug, especially if it interferes with getting version 6 released. Thanks for all you and Scrambler do.March 9, 2023 at 21:15 UTC - Views: 20 #71984
Weaver has not commented, I use the @ weaver to he would be notified of the question I am asking him 🙂
What do you mean exactly by “I noticed that parallax doesn’t work with the HTML” ?March 9, 2023 at 22:03 UTC - Views: 18 #71985
The heading does not respond in parallax mode when I use the HTML heading in place of an image. My error. I should have used @weaver in my response. My apologies.March 10, 2023 at 00:19 UTC - Views: 16 #71987Best AnswerscramblerModerator
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No you cannot parallax a header HTML replacement, because that could be any HTML not just an image, and only an image can be used as a parallax BG.March 10, 2023 at 11:42 UTC - Views: 8 #71994
Thanks for that, Scrambler. And thanks for your earlier assistance. I’m looking forward to release 6.
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