Can I Use a Visual Page Editor to Change the Theme Header?
I like the look of the Diced theme main page, but the other pages, not so much. Is there a way to edit the header of each of the subsequent pages so that they does not have the same header background image as the main page?
I am pretty satisfied with the main page, however, I do wish I could fine tune the placement of my logo and the “primary-staging” menu. Anything I can do, perhaps with a visual editor like Live Composer or Beaver Builder?
Thank you for contacting us. Unfortunately, since the “Header” is part of the theme, changes will display on all pages. This is because WordPress calls in the header.php file to display on top. While it may be possible to make a workaround, it will require custom PHP, or CSS coding. It looks like this is not possible in Beaver without custom code as well, see here. I could not find a post regarding this on Live Composer’s website, but it is most likely similar since it is powered by WordPress as well.
Also, keep in mind that it is common for sites to have the same header on each page since it provides continuity with navigation links, and menus, etc.
Thanks J-P. It looks like you took my inquiry seriously and did some real investigating. I’ve had some luck in modifying my pages to get a better-looking result. This BoldGrid theme has been a real help in getting me up and running with a good look and without too much trouble. It is good for a person without coding skills, like me.