Header Builder – Creating a Page Specific Header

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Header builder lets you easily create and assign a header specific to a page. Before proceeding to this article, it’s good to read the Header Management article.

In this article we’ll explain how to create a page specific header

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Beware! The header builder is still in a beta version. Please do not test it on a live website until the stable release. If you’ve found a bug related to the Header Builder, please report it as shown in this article.

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Activating the Header Builder

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


Creating a Page Specific Header

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

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

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

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Give your header a nice name and click on Ok.

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Create your desired header using the header builder and proceed to the steps below.
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Note: Articles in the Header category on the right side of this page will help you create your header using the header builder.
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Click on the Save button.

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From the WordPress left menu, go to Pages and edit the page where you wish to assign your header to.

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Scroll down to Jupiter Styling Options and enable the Override Global Settings.

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From the Header option, select a header which you wish to assign to this page.

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Publish or Update the page.
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Note: This header will now display only on this page, overriding your global header.
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