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Typit Pro Page Headers

This tutorial is going to be similar to the Post Header style tutorial where you can do the following as it relates to pages instead of posts.

  • Featured Images as the header with the post title on top
  • No featured image, but keeping the post title in the header
  • No featured image and no post title in the header – basically a collapsed empty header

You get other options, such as showing or hiding the page title group and the page featured image within the post itself:

One of the things you will notice is that the header style also corrolates with the page title group. All the settings for showing or hiding the various elements, including the post featured image, are shared in the customizer under the “Post Settings” tab of the customizer.

Header Style

This is where you will choose if you want the featured image to show in the header, the title group, or nothing.

IMPORTANT: This will set the style for Pages only.

  1. Go to Appearance >> Customize >> Theme Options >> Post Settings
  2. Look for the “Page Header Style” setting and choose your style
  3. Click “Save & Publish

Header Style – Page Title

This is where you can now choose how to display your page title group.

  1. Go to Appearance >> Customize >> Theme Options >> Post Settings
  2. Look for the “Post & Page Title Options” setting and choose your style. This setting group includes title options for pages too, but because this tutorial is for pages, you can check or uncheck the box next to the “Display the Normal Page Title Group“. This is the title that is in the actual page content area.
  3. Click “Save & Publish

Header Style – Page Featured Image

This is where you can show or hide the page featured image from within the content area. You would disable this if you want the featured image to show only in the top header area.

  1. Go to Appearance >> Customize >> Theme Options >> Post Settings
  2. Look for the “Post & Page Featured Images” setting and choose your style. This setting group includes title options for blog posts, but we will focus on the one setting for pages–check or uncheck the box next to the “Display the Page Featured Image“. This is the title that is in the actual post content area.
  3. Click “Save & Publish