I really like your system that can add a top banner directly to a menu item.
I will really like to see the same possibility for the bottom of the menu item.
— Also the possibility to have Header items in the Banner Subtitle
In my own websites & in many others , i frequently used and see a top & bottom banners that are used to add important Key Phrases (headers) & keywords about the page and in context with the page informations and encase the content visually..
TOP BANNER Title —> <h1 (or h2)> My maint page title optimize for SEO and for the UX Subtitle —> <h5 (or other lower importance header tags (again to maximize SEO & UX
BOTTOM BANNER Title —> <h1 (or h2)> In context or as a focus important information fo for SEO and for the UX Subtitle —> <h5 (or other lower importance header tags (again to maximize SEO & UX
You can use the top header to present the page and add to it’s SEO
You can use the bottom header to present important related information with more keyword
And as design it encompass the in-page infos from the rest of the interface
Note: I made those with normal astroid position - Remark that I didn't find the way to have a background color and a overlay (carbon fiber) where I can adjust transparency (opacity) without affecting the text directly on top in your template layout manager.
• Add the possibility to insert background overlay with transparency adjustments in the template manager..
— You can achieve tons of cool effects that way on color & image background alike
Thanks for sharing. I see how the background overlay could be really useful here. I'll see what can be done.
We have really brief options in JD Builder (for backgrounds) and having something similar should work out good enough (i think).
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If anybody want to play with that:
I’am using an pseudo element on a div added to the custom html module and using your template manager background possibility )her it’s a color but it can work on image also
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