In this Kadence Tutorial session, we will look at the design of headers and footers for websites. That is, designing a website to display on a range of devices …specifically desktop, tablet and mobile devices.
In the tutorial we investigate different header and footer layouts that are available when using the free Kadence Blocks. There are many basic options available for headers, including transparent headers and sticky headers.
We will also show the extra elements that are available for use in the Premium Kadence Blocks.
As a bonus, we will also take a quick look at Hooked Elements (also a Kadence Pro option) and show examples of Mega Menus and complex footers that can be constructed using this powerful option.
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Features of video player
The video is displayed in the Presto Player which has a number of very useful features which are accessed through the six icons in the lower right hand corner of the video frame.
- The first icon displays the chapters – time points embedded into the video. Click the icon to display the table. Select the desired chapter and click. The video will begin to play from that point.
- The second icon is a MUTE button.
- The third icon is a slider volume bar.
- The fourth “gear” icon is a setting selector. Clicking that icon allows you to select the required quality and speed. The video is produced and delivered in HD resolution (1080p) and can be played in full screen mode if the your internet bandwidth is sufficient.
- The fifth icon selects a Picture In Picture mode.
- The final icon selects full screen playback mode.