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Aerial by HTML5 UP html5up.net | @ajlkn Free for personal and commercial use under the CCA 3.0 license (html5up.net/license) This is Aerial, a single page, single screen responsive site template. Real simple. Makes heavy use of CSS animation (something I've been messing with a lot lately). Should work well as a landing page that just directs folks to your stuff elsewhere on the www. Sass sources are also included, so if you've never used Sass and you're interested in giving it a try, head on over to sass-lang.com (and if not, you can safely delete the "sass/" folder). The scrolling mountainous background was derived from "Icefields" by Ryan Schroeder, a talented photographer from Vancouver who graciously released it on Unsplash under the CC0 license. Be sure to check out his other stuff over at flickr (link below) as well as all the other kickass CC0-licensed images at Unsplash (unsplash.com). Questions/comments/issues = just email or find me on Twitter. Have fun! AJ email@example.com | @ajlkn The Scrolling Background: This relies entirely on CSS to do its thing, which is cool, but that makes changing it a bit weird/tricky at first. You can still use pretty much any image you want, but for best results make sure yours is: - Horizontally tileable. - Wide and short. - About 1500px wide. - Fades to a solid color either at the top of bottom (which is used to fill the empty space above or below your image). Now, there are two ways to use it: with CSS, or with Sass: CSS: Look for this line in css/style.css (line 108 as of this writing): background: #348cb2 url("images/bg.jpg") bottom left; and use it to set the page background color, URL, and placement of your image. It should be as close to 1500px wide as you can get it. Sass: Set the value of $bg to the page background color, URL, and placement of your image. Change $bg-width if your image is something other than 1500px wide. Credits: Background Image: Ryan Schroeder via Unsplash (unsplash.com - CC0 licensed) "Icefields" (flickr.com/photos/ryanschroeder/11876741703) Icons: Font Awesome (fontawesome.io) Other: Responsive Tools (github.com/ajlkn/responsive-tools)