Top Header Section, Can Anything More Be Added?

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  • Avatar: TFS
    TFS
    Participant
    September 5, 2022 at 04:49

    Hello,

    This is in regards to the top section of the website.
    I can see that 3 sections are given to us; Header top, header main, and header bottom.

    Can anything else be added along with these 3?
    I cannot find out how but I want to add another section.

    Also how can I edit or remove the section above the “header top”?
    It is an image of a laptop with the text; sale up to 50% off, show now.

    Cannot find anything on this aswell.

    Thanks for your help!

    3 Answers
    Avatar: Awais Ahmed
    Awais Ahmed
    Participant
    September 5, 2022 at 06:01

    Hello, @TFS,

    1- Sorry to say that, but you cannot add more rows in the header. By default there are only three rows available (Header Top, Header Main, and Header Bottom). Second, our theme has a feature called “Connection block”, it is the header builder element and you can add multiple widgets and elements to it, as you can see in the image: https://postimg.cc/JD0L1YX8

    2- To edit the top section, you have to navigate to the Dashboard >> Static Blocks and there you will find the “Header Promo Banner” block, simply edit it as per your requirements. If you want to remove it from the site, simply go to the Dashboard >> Appearance >> Widgets >> Header banner and remove the block from there, then check back to your site after clearing the browser cache. Check the below images for a better reference.
    https://postimg.cc/JG82xB2C and https://postimg.cc/5jBPX2N7

    Regards 8Themes Team.

    Avatar: TFS
    TFS
    Participant
    September 6, 2022 at 00:20

    Hello Awais,

    Thanks for your reply.

    To edit the section, do I need to have Elementor activated?
    I currently don’t and it wont show me any images or a way to edit it.

    Avatar: Awais Ahmed
    Awais Ahmed
    Participant
    September 6, 2022 at 07:24

    Hello, @TFS,

    Actually, to edit the static blocks you have to allow your page builder for it. Like if you are using the Elementor then go to the Dashboard >> Elementor >> Settings and then allow it to edit the static block, check this image: https://postimg.cc/c6sxXq09 and if you are using the WP Bakery plugin in your site then go to the Dashboard >> WP Bakery >> Role Manager then allow the static blocks as you can see in this image: https://postimg.cc/7GtW3Txy

    Once you have done check back on your issue, I hope it will be resolved.

    Regards 8Themes Team.

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