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See below to find out more about the location of the top headline. For more information about headers in general, please see our Main Headader Setup section. If you move your headers to the top location, it and the menus on your website will be displayed horizontal. It also allows you to select head layout (6 to select from) that are only available when you place your head on the top of the screen.
Stage 1 - Go to Avada > Topic Views > Topic Area. 2 - Locate the Headers Location item and choose Top. Stage 3 - Once you have your headline location on top, the depending headline location choices are shown. 4 - Then you can modify the slide bar location, head contents, telephone number and e-mail addresses for your contacts.
Please read below for a more detailed explanation of these choices. Note that you can also modify the Background Image option, the Styling option and the Sticky option for the selected heading. The Avada offers 3 different contents areas for top positions stackers. Corresponding headers are loaded according to the selected headers and can be accessed.
Head #1, #6, & #7 does not show contents areas. Head #2, #3, & #5 shows contents areas 1 & 2. Head #4 is unambiguous and can show all three head contents areas. You can find the headers style option under Avada > Theme Option > Headers > Header Tools > Headers Style.
A wallpaper can be added to your top headline by selecting Avada > Topic Options > Headers > Headers > Header background images. In order for your wallpaper to be viewable, your head must be opacified to 1. If the wallpaper ow is opacified to slightly less than 1, your wallpaper will no longer be viewable and your head elevation will be zero.
In the following you will find the 7 top headers for selection. Every page has its own individual look and feel and provides different adjustments to the area. Headers 2 - 5 allow extra contents areas via headers 1 - 3. Headers 1, 6 and 7 do not show any contents areas.
PLEASE NOTE: The headline support and logorand support settings automatically adapt to your choices for optimal esthetics. Your key menus and your company name will be displayed in this area. Your top level page contains your top level menus, your logotype, the head level area #1 (top left), the head level area #2 (top right), and a styleable top level colour border that has the same colour as the original colour you used.
It is possible to select which contents are to be displayed in the headers. Or you can set the top panel wallpaper colour here Avada > Topic Options > Headers > Headers > Header Styling. Your page contains your keywords, your company name, your company name, the head area #1 (top left) and the head area #2 (top right).
It is possible to select which contents should be displayed in the head contents areas, and you can modify the top panel wallpaper colour here Avada > Topic Options > Headers > Headers > Headers Styling. Your head contents area #1 (top left), the head contents area #2 (top right), and the head contents area #3 (bottom right).
It is possible to select which contents should be displayed in the head contents areas, and you can modify the wallpaper colour here Avada > Topic Options > Headers > Headers > Headers Styling. Your layouts include your key menus, the alignment of your logos, the head contents area #1 (top left) and the head contents area #2 (top right).
Or you can select what you want to see in the head contents areas and set the wallpaper colour in Avada > Theme Options > Headers > Headers > Headers Styling. Contains your company name, a lookup symbol and a burgers symbol. If you click on the Hamburg menue, the menus of your higher layer will be centered on the page with a full picture wallpaper colour.
The flyout menus can be customized by going to Avada > Topic Option > Menus > Flyout Menus. PLEASE NOTE: The top header line No. 6 shows only the top level menus. None of the child level menus are shown. It has a centred logotype and evenly spreads your menus on each page.
We recommend that you have an even number of menus so that the overall look is even.