Header. See color saturation for Texture options above for more
information about color saturation.
Set the blur radius ranging from 0 to 30 pixels. The Blur effect averages all
pixels within the specified radius; a larger radius leads to more blurring.
Hint: The blur effect is useful if you want to add a depth of field to your
Header. That is, when the image is blurred the other layout elements, like
text, foreground image, etc., are not so they attract more focus.
Specify the background transparency value.
Use this to control how the ‘fill’ color of the Header is blended with the
background image. This option is enabled only for background images with
no color, such as 'Abstract' backgrounds in the gallery.
Supported values are:
Softlight – Decreases the light effect of the image by decreasing the contrast
between the lighter and darker areas. Default.
Overlay – Increases the light effect of the image by increasing the contrast
between the lighter and darker areas.
Image Format and
Choose between JPEG or PNG formats for the exported image.
When you export your website or template, this determines the image format
for the file created. This may, or may not affect the performance of your
website. For example, the second control, JPEG Quality, sets a quality level
for JPEG compression. The range goes from 0 to 100%. Better image quality
results in a larger file size, but a larger size also means it takes longer to
render and return your web page. If performance is critical, you need to