Robert Windisch edited this page Jul 25, 2015 · 1 revision

Adding a Second Column

A second column is added to the header. If this box is active, 3 more options are displayed. Second Column as Widget Area Here, you have the option to define the second column as widget area. Position of the Second Column Choose, if the second column should be on the right or the left side of the header. Width of the Second Column Enter the desired value in px, em or %. The main column is adjusted accordingly.

Blog Title

You can choose between 4 variations for your blog title: Text with or without link on the home page and picture with or without link on the home page. When you've chosen a picture, the body is assigned the .logo class. If the picture is chosen without link, a span is written around the picture instead of the a element. You can change the logo by moving an image for the logo into the images directory in your child theme and write the following commands in the theme.css.

.logo .blogtitle a, .logo .blogtitle span {
  background: transparent url(../../images/ihr_logo.png) top left no-repeat;
  width: 248px; /*change the value for your logo */
  height: 52px; /*change the value for your logo */

Blog Title Tag

Chose the title element for your blog title. You can pick h1-h3. The default value is h1.

Show Blog Slogan

With this checkbox activated, the blog slogan is dispayed. You can find the blog slogan under General Slettings in your backend.


When you have HTML5 output activated in General Settings, the chosen element from the selection box will be used for the header. You can choose between aside, footer, header, nav and section. The standard value is header.

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