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    I’ve been trying to figure out the following:

    I would like my “pages” to have the featured image that’s attached to the specific page in the header however for my “posts” and “archives” I would like to use a preset image across all of them in the header. I would still like to have a featured image associated with the posts.

    I’ve tried adjusting the display settings on the “inner page” header element but can’t seem to get this figured out. Do I need to create a new inner page element or is there a way to set up the display rules with the one already set up?



    One other question; when you bring up my site on a phone it says menu next to the three bars at the top right. However on a desktop it doesn’t say menu (just three bars). How do I add menu to the desktop view?

    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi there,

    I would create separate Header Elements for each condition. That way you have full control over what each one does.

    To add the menu text, try this:

    .slideout-toggle a:after {
        content: "Menu";
        padding-left: 5px;

    Thanks. As for the code; is that something I can do in snippets? And if so is it as simple as hitting the add new button, copy and paste the code, then hit “save changes and activate”?

    So lied; that wasn’t my last question. I had another one based on the demo pages from the aspire theme. The container with the text is pushed up into the header so it overlaps the photo; how can I implement that on my website and can I do it for the home page as well? My homepage is set up with Elementor but 90% of my pages/posts are not.


    Customer Support

    That code is CSS and can be added using one of these methods:
    Adding CSS: https://docs.generatepress.com/article/adding-css/

    Please do open a new topic for the separate question.


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