How to make a fullscreen homepage as in the demo
Post count: 123juandoscuartosDecember 17, 2014 at 6:36 pm #7696
I’ve been working on the theme, but I can not seem to figure out myself.
I want to achieve my home page to look like this:
I mean, to have one or more sliding fullscreen images and the text blocks to put whatever different call to actions on each image and top transparent menu.
I dont think I will need the Parallaz scrolling as in the example but I also wish to know for maybe I change my mind and give it a go…
I have tried a few way but none of them seem to work.
Could you guys please show me how to do it?
Thanks! 😉Post count: 2516JegbagusDecember 18, 2014 at 12:50 am #7713
hi juandoscuartos, navigation is using transparent navigation.
also for slider, we are using jkreativ parallax slider with fullscreen option enabled.
for more detail, please do import content. you will able to see example who we do those on Home – Bike Store page.
Thank youPost count: 123juandoscuartosDecember 22, 2014 at 12:27 pm #7895
thanks for the advice, I think it served me well to obtain what I was trying to look for.
As I dont want to clutter the site with importing content and rather prefer to do things from scratch, I have just another question:
How are made the sections that follow the slider? Are they built in the same page with Visual Composer?
As seen in the examples:
here’s the test page I’m working on:
Thanks!Post count: 7866AdekDecember 23, 2014 at 5:43 am #7919
1. Parallax Slider with Fullscreen Parallax Slider enable.
2. Fullscreen Text Slider
3. Normal Parallax Heading
Those page are using Legacy Section Builder, but don’t worry about that. You can use Visual Composer as well to achieve that.
Thank youPost count: 123juandoscuartosDecember 23, 2014 at 9:33 am #7922
So, if I understand well, all of them are pages built with the proper JKreativ template and then, the featured portfolios, carousels, statistics or meet-our-team’s are done with the Visual Composer using wheter the own VC or the JKreativ features, am I right?
Thanks for the feedback, it is much appreciated!
Will keep you posted with the evolutions! 😉Post count: 7866AdekDecember 24, 2014 at 8:33 am #7932
Actually, if you’re using Landing Page with Visual Composer on those page. You will able to replicate those page by using own Visual Composer features.
Thank youPost count: 123juandoscuartosDecember 24, 2014 at 11:09 am #7940
Great then, I think I quite understand now.
Maybe I was messing too much while the answer is more simplier!
Thanks Dek Ery and ha ve a great Holidays over there! 😉Post count: 7866AdekDecember 29, 2014 at 7:57 am #7963
Don’t worry about that :), let me know if you have any question on this thing.
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