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    Lead Developer

    Yes, I was thinking about doing that. I’ll work it into the next update.

    For now, this should help:

    .sidebar .widget-title {
        margin-bottom: 20px;

    I would love to have a sliding menu in the sidebar. There are very few menu’s of that kind to find. One i sometimes use is https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-dtree-30/. But this one’s layout is not always what you want on your website.

    Kind regards
    John Kieffer

    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Interesting idea, thanks for sharing ๐Ÿ™‚

    Jakob Smith

    Probably with Page Builders is theyโ€™re so bulky and slow. It would definitely need to be very lightweight for me to be comfortable

    I’ve just created a site with GeneratePress, where I used the free Page Builder by SiteOrigin extensively. I think it works very well and is quite comfortable and lightweight in use:


    I’ll post a link to the site I created soon in the showcase thread.


    @Jakob Smith

    Have a look at Elementor, a pagebuilder even more beautiful as Siteorigin’s



    I use Themify Builder. I also have a Beaver Builder license by the way, but I rarely use it. It seemed great at first when trying it out, but I find it rather awkward when actually using it for real sites. It also is not consistent in options at all, and to my surprise I find using front end builders more cumbersome than backend builders, at least most of the time.

    Anyway, Themify Builder has both frontend and backend optiosn, so best of both worlds. It’s not as extensive as Visual Composer, but that is actually a good thing when building rather straightforward sites. It’s very comparable to Beaver in terms of features, but it’s easier to use and more consistent throughout the interface and elements options. I think it suits GP very well.

    Jurgen Nijhuis - Argos Media


    Something like this would be very good elementor

    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    For individual pages? Something like that is probably better off saved for page builder plugins, which definitely aren’t hard to find these days ๐Ÿ™‚


    Hi Tom! I’m working on a new site, and I’m finding the header addon really awesome. And I’ve found something that could be neat to have:

    When you set the header to include a transparent navigation and such, could it be possible to have the header on top of the navigation? So the navigation stays on the “bottom” of the header (and then when you scroll moves up and if it’s sticky, it stays there).


    Hi Jorge,

    Something like this? ๐Ÿ™‚



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    Hi Lyle, thanks for your reply, but no I’m thinking of something like this:

    As you see the header has got some custom background/content. Basically, what Tom shows us in the explainer video. However, the navigation (the whole menu bar) goes below the header.

    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    So are you wanting the navigation below the page header element, or inside the page header element but at the bottom?

    Might be a question for a fresh topic.


    Thanks Tom, I’ll stop hijacking this topic with this, here’s the new thread: https://generatepress.com/forums/topic/move-navigation-to-the-bottom-of-the-header/


    I would like to do more customization with navigation, secondary menu could be sticky, better design options for creating buttons or link for logins and try now.

    I am using the plugin Elementor for page design, and I have been looking for a menu & footer design plugin that why I brought GP, those two plugins have help me a lot as non web programmer. Nice combination for webpage design and reduces the dependency on plugins.

    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Having both the primary and secondary menu be sticky could cause issues, which is why it’s only possible with one.

    That being said, the primary menu could easily be the “secondary” menu – they both have the exact same options.

    Things like login/logout should be handled by plugins or custom functions: https://generatepress.com/forums/topic/login-logout-my-account/

    Individual menu items can be tweaked to look like buttons as well with some CSS: https://generatepress.com/forums/topic/adding-a-button-to-menu-workaround/#post-228678

    Hope this helps ๐Ÿ™‚

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