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Image Filters & Blend Modes

1. Instagram-type Filters for your Slide's Main Background Images

Filters can be added to a Slide's Main Background Image with the "data-mediafilter" attribute.
Cycle through the options with the arrows below for quick previews of the available filters.

data-mediafilter="_1977"

<>

<!--
    "data-mediafilter" attribute adds a Blend Mode filter
    to the main background image
-->
<li data-transition="fade" data-mediafilter="_1977">
 
    <!-- SLIDE'S MAIN BACKGROUND IMAGE -->
    <img src="assets/images/notgeneric_bg5.jpg"
         alt="Ocean"
         class="rev-slidebg"
         data-bgposition="center center"
         data-bgfit="cover"
         data-bgrepeat="no-repeat">
 
</li><!-- END SLIDE -->

2. Apply CSS3 Blend Modes to a Layer

Click the screenshot below to view a live example of the a Layer with a Blend Mode applied. The Blend Mode Hero premium template makes great use of the "overlay" option.

Blend Modes are applied to Layers as the "data-blendmode" attribute:

<!-- BEGIN TEXT LAYER -->
<div class="tp-caption tp-resizeme largewhitebg"
 
     data-blendmode="multiply"    
 
     data-frames='[{"delay": 500, "speed": 300, "from": "opacity: 0", "to": "opacity: 1"},
                   {"delay": "wait", "speed": 300, "to": "opacity: 0"}]'
 
     data-x="center"
     data-y="center"
     data-hoffset="0"
     data-voffset="0"
     data-width="['auto']"
     data-height="['auto']"
 
>Caption Text</div>
<!-- END TEXT LAYER -->

Blend Mode Options:

data-blendmode=”multiply

data-blendmode=”exclusion

data-blendmode=”color-burn

data-blendmode=”overlay

data-blendmode=”saturation

data-blendmode=”soft-light

data-blendmode=”lighten

data-blendmode=”luminosity

data-blendmode=”color-dodge

data-blendmode=”screen

data-blendmode=”hue

data-blendmode=”hard-light

data-blendmode=”darken

data-blendmode=”color

data-blendmode=”difference

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