Plugin for creating Hero Banners

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Type:kirby-plugin

v1.0 2021-03-22 08:02 UTC

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Last update: 2022-07-22 10:48:33 UTC


README

Hero is a plugin for making hero banners using Pages, Slides, Videos, Colour Panels, and Single Images. It was built to power the hero banners on The Work of Others. It is a little opinionated and out of the box requires a couple of other plugins:

It was also built around Tiny Slider. If you use a different slider or need to amend the classes or html markup, you can do so by overriding the snippets. The CSS is up to you, but an example sass file is provided and depends on Tiny Slider. You can find this in the css folder in the plugin.

Setting up

Composer install

composer require hashandsalt/kirby3-hero

Manual install

Download the files and place in site/plugins/kirby3-hero

Using the plugin

For the plugin to work, it needs to added to your blueprints, controllers and templates.

Add to your controllers

Add to each page controller you wish to use Hero on.

<?php
return function ($page, $kirby, $site, $tag) {

$hero = $kirby->controller('hero', compact('page', 'site', 'kirby'));

  return $hero;
};

Add to your blueprints

The plugin is designed to be used as a tab in your existing blueprints by using an extend:

tabs:
	hero: tabs/hero

Add to your templates

Finally, add it to your template:

<?= snippet('hero/hero')?>

Initialise Tiny Slider in your build proccess

Heres how Tiny Slider is configured

// Tiny Slider
import {
  tns
} from 'tiny-slider/src/tiny-slider.js';

// HERO Slider
let heroslides = document.querySelectorAll('.hero-slider');

if (heroslides) {
[].forEach.call(heroslides , function(el) {
  tns({
    container: el,
    items: 1,
    slideBy: 'page',
    autoplay: true,
    mode: "gallery",
    controls: false,
    nav: false,
    speed: 500
  });
});
}