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Hi
I'm trying to implement a picture in the header of the Everly Template. It should look the same as in your demo https://www.joomla51.com/demo/, which means the menu background should be transparent and the picture end at the top of the page. I've succeeded so far by setting the modul position to showcare-1a, but the menu is always not in the picture, it's in an own banner kind of.
Which module position do I chose so the picture gets behind the transparent hornav-menu?
Thank you.
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Hello

So we better understand could you provide a URL to an example of the issue?

Ciaran
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Can I send this somehow in a private message?
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Details can be sent to info@joomla51.com. For our reference please paste a link to this post in your email.

Ciaran
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Thank you

In the General Settings tab of your slideshow module settings, check that the Overlap Header if in showcase-1# module position option is set to Yes.

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That was it! Thank you very much!
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