[Resolved] Merge header nav not above first elementor section

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  • #928492
    Guido

    Hi there,

    I have some difficulty understanding the interaction between GP Layout Header settings, Elementor and Elements Site Header.
    For a specific page (about-us from katka finance tempate) we want the primary menu above the elementor page. On the first section of the elementor page we have a background and title.
    I added an element with site header -> merge, and navigation location ‘above header’.
    But the nav does not show above the header but sits on it. This is what we want for our other page, but not for this one.
    For the GP layout-header we have setting ‘Use Navigation as Header’.
    How can I get the primary menu above the elementor 1st section?

    greetings Sylvia

    #928582
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    Your site is under coming soon page.

    Any chance you can unlock it so we can see the current progress?

    Let me know 🙂

    #928798
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Still not quite sure if I understand.

    Both pages you’ve shown are using the merge option:
    https://docs.generatepress.com/article/transparent-header-and-navigation/

    It just looks like the Elementor content is larger in height on the home page:
    https://www.screencast.com/t/m6rEpj4pFt

    Than the About Us page:
    https://www.screencast.com/t/FbVhmADkWNL9

    p.s. Please reply here in the topic and not through e-mail.

    Thanks!

    #929065
    Guido

    Hi Leo,

    The problem with the -about us page- is that the menu is coming ON the header, not ABOVE.
    And now you see the dark menu item tekst is not readable anymore. I want the menu with white background, and above the dark image, only for this page.

    gr Sylvia

    #929083
    Guido

    Actually I solved it by putting a top marge in Elementor. Now the menu is visible.

    Still I don’tf fully understand the interaction between the 3 settings…

    For the primary menu I need to have different settings for certain pages, so that’s where I have to use -gp elements- right?

    gr Sylvia

    #929233
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    Yes, elements is correct way of making specific changes to different pages/posts/archives.
    The simple logic is Customizer affects everywhere and Elements override those settings.

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