Discussion on Orchestra - Responsive HTML template


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Awesome Template. GLWS! :)

Thank you :)

Very nice!Best of luck :)

Thanks a lot! :)

Thanks :)

Nice template! Would it be easy to make the homepage image fit the entire browser window and make a paralax effect?

Yes if by homepage image you mean the slider than it’s fairly simple to make it fullscreen by adding the following option to the revolution slider’s config—> fullScreen: “on” ..that’s it.

though the parallax effect isn’t natively supported in the revolution slider bundled with Orchestra, to achieve that some custom markup will be required in place of the slider.

I’ve updated the theme to include a full screen variant of the homepage slider, you can check it out in the demo.

Really nice work. Congrats and good luck ;)

Thank you :)

Hi! Nice template! =)

I have a question. How can I put my address on the Map? I didn’t see anything on documentation. Thank you!

Thank you :)

Please open script.js which resides in the js/ folder and change address in the quotes on line #51 and line #49 (this one is for the marker).

You can also plot multiple markers by replacing the code in line #46 – 50 as follows—

markers: [{
          address: 'Address 1 for marker 1'
          address: 'Address 2 for marker 2'

Don’t hesitate to contact me via the contact form on http://themeforest.net/user/Vishu if you have more queries.

Works perfectly! Thanks! =)

You’re welcome :)

Hi! How can I configure the contact form?

Hi jrjunior, unfortunately current version of the theme doesn’t include the php files needed for the contact form, however I’ve included that in the upcoming update.

I’ll make sure to reply here when the update is available.

They are beautiful!;

Thank you :)

your links are not working…

Thank you for pointing this out, links fixed!


m2v Purchased

Hi ! A simple question : How can I add a div before the header with the elements of the page going down accordingly ? It seems I have to check every item in the css to offset the new top position.

Hi m2v, if I understood correctly, you want to put elements above the featured slider, to do that simply put your div after the “<!- .header ends ->” comment, slider and other elements will be pushed down the page, you’ll have to handle some padding/margin to make it look just right though, apologies for the delayed response I somehow missed the notification for this comment.

Please let me know if you need further help.