The Page/Video background attribute is similar to the banner attribute but is only present in the home pagetype. This attribute accpets background images and videos (.mp4 and .webm) that streches over the whole viewport and is behind the banner area. So applying a banner on the home pagetype overlaps the page/video background. A better way to synergies both the banner and page/video background is to use the page/video background as the background and the banner as the overlay (transparent textures) or opacity control (black background with transparency set to 50%). You can view this effect on the homepage. See below the steps to add the page background attribute
Before you add the image slider on the banner area, make sure there are no layouts to let the slider occupy the full width of the page
This theme has sample content. The sample content has a built in blog that has been configured to help end users get a blog page up and running in no time.
To create a blog, locate the icon with two pages on the upper right part of your screen and select "Blog Entry". You should then be taken to the page composer. Fill all the required options. Make sure to select a path where your blog post should go. Click save and publish.
Similar steps apply when creating team page
When you create a blog post you will automatically have the option to select an image as a thumbnail on the composer form. But what if you want to add pagelist images to pages that are not created using blog entry? Here are the steps:
Add an autonav to the body of your page. Once the autonav is on the page click on it and click "Design & Custom Templates". See below
This should open up another set of icons that will help you customize the autonav block. Click on the cog icon and you should see a select box for custom templates. Here, you can choose the appropriate custom block for your autonav block. For more information about the autonav blocks click here : Autonav Custom Templates
Pagelist templates are pretty awesome! Using them is similar to how you would add an autonav template to an autonav block (See above). There are 8 pagelist custom templates and the best way to show you how they look is to click here: Pagelist Templates
The feature block is a block used to display an icon and a content. In itself, the feature block is pretty good but with the c5box feature template it adds another level of depth to your design.
Page title and social icons are custom templates used to enhance how your blog post will look. See sample blog post pages to see the templates in action.
Basically the page title custom template will display the title with a corresponding date and author and the social icon custom template will add a round design to the default social icon block.