Header builder makes it easy to manage with your headers – it lets you create, delete and duplicate headers with ease. Using this feature it is possible to assign a global header and create different headers for specific pages.

 

In this article we’ll explain how to access and use header management. To learn how to create a header for the specific page, check out this article.


Activating the Header Builder

By default, the header builder is disabled. To learn how to activate the header builder, check out this article.


Header Management

To access the header management:

1From the WordPress left menu, go to Jupiter > Header Builder.

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2From the left side, click on the Header Management (first icon).

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3A new tab will open with the list of your active and inactive headers.

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From here, you can create, delete, duplicate and rename your headers.


Creating a New Header

1From the header management tab, click on the New Header button.

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2Give your header a nice name and click on Ok.

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Creating a Global Header

1From the header management tab, select a header which you wish to make global and click on Open.

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2From the left side, click on the Settings (cog icon).

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3Click on Make this header global.

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4Click on the Save button

Creating a Page Specific Header

To learn how to create a page specific header using the header builder, check out this article.