vf-hero component is to be used as a visual queue and page header. The
vf-hero can take a kicker, heading, sub-heading, text content, and a 'call to action' link as needed.
By default the
vf-hero makes use of the roundels bacground image. To keep the raw struture of the HTML and CSS the same this is applied using a CSS custom property.
vf-hero can take an image (provided by Design) which should be uploaded to the files site and applied using the custom property available (
IE 11 will get the background colour and the roundels image, it will not paint a different background image if added. This is progressive enhancement.
|Heading||To be used for the heading of the page.||
|Heading HREF||To be used as a 'return to home' link for the micro site.||
|Subheading||Optional content to be used along with the Heading for a terse explainer.||
|Kicker||Optional content that helps define the context of overall content of the page.||
|Text||Optional content that can help explain the page content in a brief paragraph.||
|Link Text||The text for the hero 'call to action' link. Only works if there is associated Link HREF.||
|Link HREF||The url that the Link Text would be pointing to and opens in the same browser tab. This only works if there is associated Link Text||
CSS Custom Properties
--vf-hero--bg-image — this is for the url for the background image. It can either be added, inline if you're writing the HTML, using the
.yml data source of
vf_hero_image, or by other needs (a input or upload in WordPress, for example).
---vf-hero--bg-image-size — this is to determine the sizing of the background image. As group sites are using the roundel image it needs specific dimensions so that it works. These dimensions are
auto 28.5rem. We use a fallback here as background images in
vf-hero should be full bleed by default so the fall back in the CSS is for cover —
$ yarn add --dev @visual-framework/vf-hero
The style files included are written in Sass. If you're using a VF-core project, you can import it like this: