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Add Header DIV to WordPress Theme.

  • # July 9, 2013 at 2:53 pm

    Thanks in advance. Guys, I’m trying to add a DIV header area to our site, any ideas on on how to do it? I’d also like to make it where the header stayed in place, like the left side bar, and the area that is our thumbnails scrolled up/down. Any ideas on how to do this? Thanks. –http://hoeggercommunications.com

    # July 11, 2013 at 12:28 pm

    There already is a header, it’s just that the theme was made to assign what your are referring to as the “left sidebar” as the actual header in the code. There are a few options for you , but the simplest I can think of is maybe edit the HTML of the ‘header.php’ file to include a div element (avoid a class or ID of “header”; it’s taken) with what you need in it and style with CSS in your main stylesheet, etc.

    If it’s going to have a menu or nav, you’ll need to add the appropriate editable regions for a menu to be able to add/edit menu items from the back end.

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