Header Design Settings

IMPORTANT: Remember to click the primary Save button after all changes have been made.

On the Site Design > Header page, the following options can be configured:

Option

Description

Site name

This is the text that is displayed on the browser's tab when viewing the website.

Logo URL

This is the site the user will be taken to when the logo is clicked. The default is your homepage.

If the New Tab box is checked, the URL listed will open in a new browser window.

Logo Image

Click the Choose button to set an image to be displayed in the top left corner of the header as your logo.

Recommended size is 230wide x 60high in pixels.

Formats supported include: JPG, BMP, & PNG.

If a logo already exists, the Choose button will instead display Replace and X buttons.

  • Replace will let you choose a new image file.
  • X will remove the current logo image and leave the area blank.

NOTE: Clicking the logo will take the user to the Logo URL that is currently set.

Header Image

Click the Choose button to set an image to be displayed in the header area.

Recommended size is 960wide x 90high in pixels.

Formats supported include: JPG, BMP, & PNG

If a header image already exists, the Choose button will be replaced by Replace and X buttons.

  • Replace will let you choose a new image file.
  • X will remove the current logo image and leave the area blank.

NOTE: The height of the Header area is set in the Look and Feel > Page and Links > Navigation section.

Header Background Horizontal Positioning This setting will move the image to the left, center, or right of the header area.
Header Background Vertical Positioning This setting will move the image to the top, center, or bottom of the header area.
Background Repeat This setting repeats the image in the selected direction until it fills the header area. The default for this is No Repeat.
Background Image Size

Default – keeps the image at its default width and height.

Cover – stretches the image across the entire page but only displays the part of the image in the header section. Vertical and Horizontal settings will be ignored.

Contain – will resize both the width and height of the uploaded image to a size that corresponds with the height of the header section.

Remember to click Save when done making changes.

 

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