Recent Topics

Is there an easy way to make "sitewide_header" be transparent

Started by on Nov 08, 2017 – Contents updated: Jan 24, 2019

Nov 08, 2017 12:42    

Hi to everyone.

Is there an easy way to make "sitewide_header" be transparent, having the image as the background ?

Trying to design it rather similar with the design of b2evolution.net menu.

Maybe the question is stupid, but I cannot find where to make the right minimal actions, and not to remake everything later.
Is it possible to do easy, or I should make a bigger work on b2evolution files?

With a high gratitude.


Sorry, I think the better way is to change the container's sizes.

Nov 02, 2018 19:36

In b2evolution v7, we will release a site skin similar to the menu we use here.

Dec 28, 2018 20:04

I tried today an alpha version. Thank you very much, and all the people who helped to develope.
It is much easier to do the changes.

Dec 31, 2018 18:37

I'll do the transparent way anyway. Like Samsung design for android utility helping to download picture editor.

Jan 24, 2019 03:04

@yulia wrote earlier:

I tried today an alpha version. Thank you very much, and all the people who helped to develope.
It is much easier to do the changes.

Still, the styles that make up any complete page come from css files in multiple folders and not all are skin folders which is bad. The main menu for visitors(This Site | Blog A | Blog B etc) has styles coming from an rsc folder at the same level as the skins folder; one level above any individual skin. I think a better way would be to have a "default styles"(or rsc) folder inside of the skins folder and allow a custom.css to override or allow to make a copy of "default styles"(or rsc) folder as we would with a skin. Something that's not going to change on and update of b2evo. I've been having trouble overriding styles in sitewide_style.css by using a styles.css in a media folder. Namely the sitewide_header(which should be in a skin css to begin with)

There are also styles coming from .less files.


Form is loading...

Run your own website! – This forum is powered by b2evolution CMS, a complete engine for your website.