For some headers I would like to have different paddings for bottom and top. I tried to insert it with a whitespace in between, but this does not work. The different page headers do also not have an ID so I could override the settings with CSS. I did find a suitable class .page-header-content-container, but this is for all headers.
So how can I set a different padding / margin for top and bottom for some page headers and not for all?
Thanks for this interesting solution. This plugin really is useful because I did not discover it yet. BUT it did not solve my problem. With Simple CSS oder the page-id-selector I would have to add the code by hand for every single page, where I want to have the alignments. That would be a huge workload. I really like the “global headers”, so I do NOT have to set headers and styles for each single page, custom post type or whatever.
It would be much more easy if
I had the possibility to set different values for bottom and top in the page headers.
GeneratePress would give every page header an unique ID.
I could set an unique ID to my page headers.
Is one of these points a possible future feature? 🙂