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HI Ciaran

I'm looking to update the template on our site from Madison to either Harmony or Elvira. Our MD likes that the template scrolls over the image on Madison, can this be implemented on Harmony or Elvira?

Thanks!
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Hi Shell

I am sorry to say this option is not available with either of these templates.

Also apologies for the delay.. I am not sure how we missed this post!

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Noooo! :(

Any plans to incorporate it? That's the only thing stopping me getting this one!

Cheers
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Hi Shell

Would the image need to be a slideshow?

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Not necessarily no. I could have one static image and change it weekly/fortnightly...
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Hi Shell

In that case you can use the following Custom CSS, replacing the # with a URL to your image. Ensure that your have no header slide images selected within your template settings (Elvira).

#container_header_slide {
background-image: url("#");
background-size: cover;
background-attachment: fixed;
}


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Superstar, thanks Ciaran!
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Hi Ciaran

I haven't used the custom css code provided as it isn't responsive on mobile so i've stuck with the templates functionality as is. The top of the image is showing on other pages, screenshot below. Is there a way of greying this out so it's just the menu background?

Cheers
Shell
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Hi Shell

Would you have a URL to an example of this issue?

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Hi Ciaran, sorry I've been busy building! Here you go - http://collett2018.users.ds60213.dedicated.interdns.co.uk/index.php/our-story/news

Also, on the blog layout is there anyway to centre the Read More buttons?

Cheers as alwys!
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HI Shell

The URL provided does not appear to have the suggested CSS applied?

To center your read more buttons you can add the following to the Custom CSS field of your template settings...

.readmore {
text-align: center;
}


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Cheers, that's done the readmore!

As mentioned above I haven't used the custom css code provided as it isn't responsive on mobile so i've stuck with the templates functionality as is. The top of the image is showing on other pages, screenshot below. Is there a way of greying this out so it's just the menu background?

Cheers
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Hi Shell

One option is to create a template style with the header image removed. you can the apply this template style to the menu items of your choice. For further details have a look at.. https://joomla51.com/tutorials/item/creating-multiple-template-styles

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Thanks, all sorted!
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