Every template built on Vertex also comes with its own unique template specific options applicable to that particular template such as highlight colors, social icons, and much more. These features are in addition to the standard functions of Vertex, and are still controlled through the very user friendly interface of Vertex. This page will document the features specific to this template.
Template Specific Configuration Interface of VertexBelow is a screenshot that shows all the template specific features available in the user friendly Vertex admin:
Video or Image BackgroundIncline comes with an option for either a video or image background when the custom_1 position is used. There are thousands of short video clips available at sites like siteground.com that can match most websites. If you cannot a video that you like, or simply don't want one, you can use an image as the background instead as well as just a solid color. This image is also used for tablets and mobile devices, where the video is automatically turned off due to restrictions on those kinds of devices. In addition you can also turn on or off an overlay effect that covers the video or image as shown on this demo.
LIVE EXAMPLE - See a demo with no video background
LIVE EXAMPLE - See a demo with a video background
Video PreloaderWhen the video is present on the page you can enable an optional video preloader. Enabling this feature will show an overlay preloader that covers the entire site while the video is loading in the background. This feature will only show on pages where the video is present. Once the video is loaded the preloader will disappear and the video will begin to play, and the rest of the site will become visible.
Whenever the video is finished loading in the backend the overlay feature above will automatically disappear, this generally only takes 1 to 3 seconds, depending on the size of your video. However, if the user's bandwidth is abnormally slow this may take a longer period of time to complete. With this setting you can set the maximum number of seconds that the preloader should show for, and then disappear whether the video is ready or not.