Hero-image in default page and not clickable sites

#1

Hello everyone,
i’ve been working with Grav for about a week now and have read through the first contents of the documentation.
However, I have a few questions about the design:

  1. can I set up an hero-image or a header-image in a default page (template) in the Quark theme? For me it only works on a blog page so far and then unfortunately over the complete page.
    Unfortunately the documentation doesn’t help me either.
    I just want a normal page with an hero-image and text/information below it, not a blog.
    When I put an image in the folder of the page it is displayed in the editor, but I can’t set it as hero.
  2. can I declare pages as not clickable in the navigation bar? Only the pages below should be selectable.

For information:
I use the current Grav version with standard plugins and them standard theme Quark, no skeleton.

If the question has already been answered, I apologize.
Thank you very much for your answers.
Christian

#2
  1. A default page doesn’t include the hero functionality, but a modular page template would. You can add a hero modular page to the parent, then content or whatever you want in whatever order.
  2. To make a page not visible in the navigation, you can set the visible flag to false in the frontmatter, or under the Advanced tab in the admin.
#3

Thank you very much for your answer.
I will try it.