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The "main menu" at the top of the page may have any background color you want. The color configuration can be done very easily from backend > customizer, see image below

Menu BG

The header section, where the mainmenu and the logo is stored may have a full screen video or a background image. The max. height of the headerbar can be set comfortable from backend, as well as the image and video files.

Section BG

Each section, where the modules are stored may have a background image with nice "cover" effect. Cover is an effect where the background content or image in this case, is full sized fixed at a different speed than the foreground content while scrolling.

Sections are: top-a, top-b, top-c, top-d, bottom-a, bottom-b, bottom-c, bottom-d

Section BG

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Have you ever wanted to learn how to swim so you actually enjoy it and know that your technique is efficient and sound? eSWIM provides private lessons, group classes and squads for adult swimmers of all standards with these aims in mind.

 eSWIM is for you if:

e15 You’ve been swimming for years and need some advice on your technique

e15 You want to swim to Rottnest and want to be a part of Perth’s best Rotto training squad

e15 You’re tackling your first triathlon and dread the swim leg

e15 You’ve been advised to swim by your physiotherapist or medical practitioner, or

e15 You simply want to learn how to swim or swim better.

 eSWIM will be able to provide you with the confidence to improve and develop a love of swimming.

Module Layout


This theme comes with a lot of module positions. The blue module positions allow to choose a module layout which defines the module alignment and proportions:

parallel, first doubled, last doubled or stacked


Column Layout


The two available sidebars, highlighted in red, can be switched to the left or right side and their widths can easily be set in the theme administration.

For modules in the blue and red positions you can choose different module styles. Take a look at the module variations page to get an overview.


 Module Positions