Overriding Theme Customizations inside the Pages

Updated on July 17, 2019

How to override global settings for specific pages

In the page editor, there is a section Post Options that allows you to change global Theme Customizations for individual pages. Jupiter X supports individual pages settings, which actually allows you to customize each page differently than the whole website. Means that you can have a completely different page comparing to your other pages by choosing a different header, footer, layout and etc.


Note:
 Post Options section will appear on the page backend only after you install the plugin Advanced Custom Fields PRO. It’s bundled with Jupiter X and can be installed via Jupiter X > Plugins as described in this article.

Why you need to Override Global Theme Customizations

Global Settings control all of the pages/posts. But what if you want to change the style for some page? For example, remove header or page title, but keep them visible on the other pages.

In this situation, you can override Global Settings in the page editor. This way you’ll create a unique design for the specific page.

Post Options overwrites whatever the global setting uses. Below we’ll describe each tab in Page Options you can customize your page with:


Header – You can use this option to set the overall style of your page header section (set custom header, enable overlapping, make it sticky, etc.).


Main tab – Gives you ability to edit the page layout (make it full width, add sidebar, enable comments section, set background, etc.).


Title Bar tab – You can enable/disable the page title, breadcrumbs and add sub title.


Footer tab – Set custom footer, make it Static or Fixed, etc.

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