Header Styles and Logos (Default-Light-Dark)

Besides the Header layouts and possibilities, Movedo comes with 3 different header styles in order to cover any need. You can style, add logos and use any of the 3 following headers:

Default Header: 
Style this under Appearance > Customize > Colors – Header/Menu > Colors – Default Header
Place your default header logo under Appearance > Theme Options > Logos

Light Header:
Style this under Appearance > Customize > Colors – Header/Menu > Colors – Light Header
Place your light header logo under Appearance > Theme Options > Logos

Dark Header:
Style this under Appearance > Customize > Colors – Header/Menu > Colors – Light Header
Place your dark header logo under Appearance > Theme Options > Logos

FAQ

Q: Where can I define which one of the Headers to use?
A: You can define the Header you prefer globally per custom post type (pages, posts, products, portfolios) in combination with the Header Overlapping under Theme Options. Additionally you can override this per single post, page, portfolio, product under Page (Post, Portfolio, Product) Options > Header/Main Menu

Q: What about Header Styles when I use the Feature section?
A: For feature title, image, video and map you will have the global Header style or the option you have set on this specific page (post, portfolio, product). Exceptionally in the feature slider you can set different header styles per slide. By this way you will have no visual issues because of the slide color background.

Q: I am not able to change the background color of Light and Dark Headers.
A: Light and Dark headers are fully transparent headers with predefined menu (header elements) font colors (light and dark respectively). You can have any solid color in the Default Header.

Q: I have enabled the Header Overlapping but nothing has changed.
A: It is always recommended to select between the Light and Dark header when you need Header Overlapping. You can enable the Header Overlapping globally per custom post type (pages, posts etc) and individually in the single post types.

Q: I am changing the header colors under Appearance > Customize and I am not able to see any changes in the live preview.
A: Double check that you are editing the same Header (Default, Light, Dark) with the one that you are checking i n the live preview. This is a common issue that can occur.

 

 

Logos default/light/dark

 

Default Header colors
Override Header per Page

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