In previous versions to Uncode 1.7.5 it was not possible to have a transparent menu when using a header created with LayerSlider.
From LayerSlider 6.6.8 developers added an option that allows us to create a transparent menu even with this plugin. For this reason, from Uncode 1.7.5 it's possible to have transparent headers even with LayerSlider.
If you were using LayerSlider and you updated Uncode from a version earlier than 1.7.5, based on your settings, it is possible that a solid (not transparent) menu has become transparent.
We apologize for this problem, that may seem not take into account the retro-compatibility, but was the only applicable solution to be able to make the most of this plugin on Uncode.
Re-activate a solid Menu (not transparent)
- Page Options: if you have to apply the solid Menu (not transparent) you can just navigato to your Page Options > Menu and applly the Remove Transparency option, screenshot.
- Theme Options: if you used LayerSlider in all the pages of your site you can simply Remove Transparency from the Theme Options (this option is available both for Post, Page, Portfolio, etc) screenshot,
- Theme Options: if you used LayerSlider in all the pages of your site you can simply navigate to Theme Options > Customise and change the opacity of the skins applied to the menu screenshot.
Set the Menu Skins coloration (transparent)
If you need to apply the color change effect to your individual slides your header create with LayerSlider (skin change) as you have for the Header Content Block, please apply in the Key option the word 'skin' and in the Value option the word of the skin 'dark' or 'light' for any slides, as you can see from this screenshot.
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