You can customise all header options from Appearance > Customize.
By default theme displays its standard logo in header. You can replace it with your logo image. Go to Appearance > Customize > Site Logo Click “Select Image” button and select logo image from your computer or media library.
Some pages use transparent logo instead of general logo for page with menu transparent option enabled. It’s easier for you to upload transparent logo just for these background image focused pages.
IMPORTANT: recommended transparent logo image in white color.
Favicon option is also onAppearance > Customize > Site Identity. Favicon is an icon for your site display in various places including browser address bar, or next to website name in bookmark list. You simply click select image button and select favicon file to upload (recommend .png file)
Top bar allow to display extended content ex. contact information, social icons etc. above main menu area, To enable it open Appearance > Customize > Navigation > Top Bar
If you enable “Top Bar” you can setup social media profiles you want to display via Theme Setting > Social Profiles.
There are options to change the top bar background color, font color and border color too. Simply click on the colorbox to open color picker panel. Select color you want and once finish customising, save changes.
Creating New Menu
Theme support default WordPress custom menu option which you can organise each menu items using drag&drop in Appearance > Menus.
To use theme predefined menu layouts. First please navigate to Appearance > Customize > Navigation > General > Display Header Content From and select “General Menu Layout”
- Primary menu – This is the main menu that shows in header area.
- Secondary Menu – This is the main menu that shows in header area when select “Center Logo + 2 Menus” layout.
- Top Bar Menu – This is the menu that will be used in top bar area.
- Side (Mobile) Menu – This is the menu that will be used for mobile devices.
- Footer Menu – This is the menu that shows in footer copyright area.
Menu Layouts Option
Theme Support various menu layouts and you can change it via Appearance > Customize > Navigation > General > Menu Layout.
Setting up Menu using WordPress Custom Menu
Theme Support custom WordPress menu, you can organise them into dropdown menu too.
Setup Primary Menu
- Go to Appearance > Menus. Click “Create Menu” button
- To add menu items, select one of your pages/posts on the left hand boxes. Then click “Add To Menu”.
- If you want to add custom link menu item (for example home link). Select “Links” and enter URL, Link Text there.
- You can organise your menu items using drag&drop functionality. Simple drag a menu item right below to the parent menu item.
- After setting up your menu, scroll down to the bottom of the page then assign the menu to “Primary Menu” in the Theme Locations box.
Sticky Menu (Optional)
If you enable sticky menu option. When visitor scroll down to page. The menu bar will stay at top while visitor scrolling. You can enable this option via Appearance > Customize > Navigation > General > Enable Sticky Menu
Main Menu Typography & Colors
Manage your main menu typography and colors with ease. You can customise font family, font size, colors etc. through theme customizer via Appearance > Customize > Navigation
Main Menu Typography (Appearance > Customize > Navigation > Typography)
Main Menu Colors (Appearance > Customize > Navigation > Colors)
Main Sub Menu Colors (Appearance > Customize > Navigation > Sub Menu)