That's right. You have to do it with a new css. It's really easy, if you don't know how to use css maybe this can help you:
ok... struggling to grasp this! Basically I have a test document set up at 1366 x 768px, with a coloured background (frame filled with flat colour), that is set to:
- Scaling: stretch to fill
- Show: for this page
- Pin to: Left / Top
It's on it's own layer below all other layers. How would I get this simple colour frame to stick to the very back when I output the document with in5? Apologies if I'm being stupid here - it probably is very simple, but definitely struggling to understand what code I would need to put in! Any help would be amazing! Thank you...
This is a screenshot of the basic doc I have set up...
You have to add some code to the html created:
- find this line: <nav class="fixed-item-wrap">
There must be the something like this
add at the end this: style="z-index:-1"