some questions

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wanda dubrau

14 May, 2014 09:34 AM


so I still got some questions working on my trial-version...

1.)- you already showed me how I can make a white kind of box on the top
of the site, that when scrolling the content it moves behind the menu ( nav

background-color: white;
height: 150px;
position: fixed;
left: 0;
right: 0;
z-index: 1;

---- how can I make a thing like this on the left an right, so that the
content, moving from left to right, moves behind it?

2.) through this white box on the top, every time I want to make a new
entry, it would disappear behind it. Is it possible that the "create new
entry" opens up somewhere else, lets say in the middle of the page?
otherwise I would have to delete the white box all the time of the CSS.....

3.) what exactly is the "lightbox" under entry layout?

4.) what is the entry heading?

5.) I got some problems importing from the googlefonts.... Tried out
several things... do I first have - to write the fonts into the CSS?
can I change the fonts for all entries afterwards?
to what exactly is "general fonts settings" referring? to all the entries?

thanks a lot for your help. I am about to do this, but I first have to
clear those questions. Would it be possible to have the trial two more days
until next Monday? This would be a huge help


Wanda Dubrau

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Uldis on 14 May, 2014 01:59 PM

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    here is the answers:
    1) I'm afraid it's not possible in Berta in easy way without extra coding in javascript and css

    2) yes, that's a fact, because this custom nav CSS is a default behaviour hack. You can change height to zero while creating new entries and then set back to 150px

    nav {
    height: 0;

    3) "lightbox" is that effect that appears when you click on the image and it pops out over the website - like a fullscreen mode with backgrounded color. Follow this link and click on the image - you'll see

    4) in Messy template entry heading is "heading 2" text format. You can format this in entry description field with the help of text editor. By default text is styled as a paragraph.

    5) under "template design" you will find the field "Google web fonts" - it's available General font settings, Entry heading and some other tabs. You just input the google font name in this field (example: Marvel) and that's it, no need to place anything else. "general fonts settings" is for all text in your website.

    Changed you trial period end date to 19.05.2014

    Good luck

  2. Uldis closed this discussion on 14 May, 2014 01:59 PM.

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