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Breakthrough on visibality banner on iOS?
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TOPIC: Breakthrough on visibality banner on iOS?

Breakthrough on visibality banner on iOS? 15 Apr 2014 21:10 #4504

I wanted to expand my website with multi background.
I copied the template, made a new category and a new mainmenu. Attached the template to the category and uploaded a new banner.jpg in the copiedtemplate/image folder.
Copied slideshow and set to new menu.
I realy don't know, but the menu isn't 100% transparent and complained (asking questions) about it in this forum.... But the banner is visible on iOS!

Maybe someone wants to comment?
Maybe a moderator or isupport got some inspiration now?

Love this template, and I have to get it to work on iOS!

Roel
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Last Edit: 15 Apr 2014 21:18 by roel.

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Re: Breakthrough on visibality banner on iOS? 12 Feb 2015 05:19 #6259

Hi,
Menu only is transparent in homepage (body tag with class "home").
 
if ($menu->getActive() == $menu->getDefault($lang->getTag())) {
$bodyClass = ' home';
}
...
<body class="body<?php echo $bodyClass; ?>">
 

So, you can check Itemid to add class "home" for body tag in julianadorp page. Example:
 
if (JRequest::getVar('Itemid') == 120) {
$bodyClass = ' home';
}
 

Banner you can try here.

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