For a better grasp of the full potential of the theme, it is worth having a look at the philosophy behind the Header. The Header in Blade does not have predefined styles (like most themes), but the elements can be moved independently from each other.
The elements one can add on Header may be the following:
- Menu Elements (On/Off & Add various elements)
- TopBar Area (On/Off & Add various elements)
Most of these elements can have their own align without one’s place affecting the other’s. This way, virtually dozens of combinations can turn out. If you take into account the TopBar that offers 2 places (left and right) and it’s off the logic On/Off and Add elements, Blade can satisfy even the most demanding user.
Last but not least, Blade provides 3 different Header Modes that you can find under Theme Options > Header Options > Header Mode. The Default Header Mode, the Logo on Top Mode and the Side Mode. All the modes have their own settings (colors, logos etc) via Appearance > Customize.
Don’t forget that above your content you can set the default titles (posts, pages, portfolio items), the Feature section area ( available in pages, posts, portfolio items and Woo products ) and the Anchor menu (available in pages, posts, portfolio items and Woo products ) option.