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Supersized Feature in DMS gone?

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hauserjo    1
hauserjo

Dear Pagelines Users

 

I've just got on an other issue, where I can not see the way to reach the goal. In Pagelines Framework, I was able to set supersized background images. (An image to cover the entire background and adjust to the browser viewport.)

 

In DMS, I find only the Header-, Template-, Footer-Sections, where I can add a background image. But I'm looking for one single image, used behind Header-, Template- & the Footer-Section. In the Page-Settings, I could not find a DMS image setting. Is this no longer possible? (I currently use WP-Supersized, but would prefer a DMS built solution, as I don't need the many (cool) features of WP-Supersized.)

 

Kind regards

Jonas

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Jake    74
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Hi hauserjo - If you navigate the DMS visual editor to Global Options - Color & Style, you'll see a section titled "Background Image Settings" which should accomplish the look you're going for.


Have you searched the forums yet or checked out the DMS user docs?

PageLines geek, blogging at MyUntangledLife.com

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hauserjo    1
hauserjo

Hi Jake

 

Thanks for the swift response. I already stumbled upon this setting. And ahh yes, it does the supersized feature. I deactivated it again, as I did not find any solution to provide multiple images as background, one per page. So thanks for pointing me toward this, but how can I setup a background image per page?

 

Kind regards

Jonas

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Jake    74
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Hi hauserjo - that's a good question. The supersize feature itself uses jquery and I'm not sure there is a way to define a different image per page in that manner. What you could try is uploading large enough backgrounds to fill the area and defining them individually per page via custom css like:

 

body .site-wrap background: {url("/path-to-your-image/imagename.jpg") no-repeat fixed 0 0;}

 

That would be for your homepage, for example. And then for the other pages you'd modify the CSS for each specific page id like:

 

page-id-xx, body .site-wrap {url("/path-to-your-image/imagename.jpg") no-repeat fixed 0 0;}

 

Give that a try and see how it goes.


Have you searched the forums yet or checked out the DMS user docs?

PageLines geek, blogging at MyUntangledLife.com

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