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Flow Storytelling Template

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Posted   22 days ago

Hello,

Two questions about the Flow Storytelling Template

  1. Is there anyway to start the left menu closed?
  2. In the title block in the left menu (screenshot below) is there any way to have the course image appear rather than the colour? I didn't find a native option for this, so I tried adding my own CSS. While inspecting the page, I've been able to hide the colour to show the image behind the colour, but when adding my own css to match when I inspected the page, it did not work (css below).

Screenshot

CSS

.bg-primary {
      background-color: transparent !important;
}

 

Thanks!

 

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avatar Chris Van Wingerden   |    
Posted   21 days ago
  ●   Edited   20 days ago

Currently there isn't an option to open the Storyview template with the menu closed, but I believe we have a feature improvement item for that so we'll add a "+1" to that.

And, also, there isn't a built-in way to have the Project Hero image shown in the title area/square above the menu, we can add that as a feature request as well for a future update. See below, though, for info on usimng CSS in the theme to make this happen.

 

 

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20 days ago     redmondd     13   |   2  

Thanks Chris! A high priority feature for me :)

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avatar Paul Schneider   |    
Posted   20 days ago

In terms of "In the title block in the left menu (screenshot below) is there any way to have the course image appear rather than the colour? I didn't find a native option for this, so I tried adding my own CSS. While inspecting the page, I've been able to hide the colour to show the image behind the colour, but when adding my own css to match when I inspected the page, it did not work (css below)."

You were on the right track.  Colors sit ontop of the image using that approach so you need to make the right area transparent.

The CSS you want is

.background.menu_bg.bg-primary {
    background-color: transparent !important;
}

NOTE: You may have to clear your cache to see it working.

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20 days ago     redmondd     13   |   2  

That worked, thanks so much! Another question, I notice with this template having the menu out, it looks like a screen reader would read out the menu at the beginning of each page. Is there anyway to change that behaviour?

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19 days ago     Paul Schneider     385   |   6  

For all themes that have a WCAG stamp (this being one of them) they automatically have the "Skip Navigation" built into the theme so people using screen readers can skip over the navigation. (This is normal and required behavior for WCAG.) - So in short you don't need to do anything to meet that specific aspect of WCAG.

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19 days ago     redmondd     13   |   2  

Awesome, thanks for confirming!