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  • #81163

    artbah
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    Hi,

    Q: How can I insert text widget inside the genesis_header, above genesis_header_right?

    My current attempt, I am able to insert it above the header. However, I would like it inside the header banner.

    Thanks in advance,
    Arthur

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    #81174

    braddalton
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    You can put 2 widgets in the one widget area.

    Then you can float the content to the left or right of the custom menu in the same widget area.

    Example http://wpsites.net/web-design/display-header-right-widget-custom-menu-social-icons-in-line/

    But i think you want the text above the custom menu correct? This will work if you place both widgets in the header right widget area. You may like to change the font color for the text.

    [css]
    .header-widget-area .textwidget {
    color: #fff;
    }
    [/css]


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    #81175

    artbah
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    Yes! That’s correct.

    Currently, if you click on the link Login (above header), slider covers the header. If I have the banner inside the header, the slide will move the header lower, which is the effect I desire.

    #81176

    braddalton
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    What plugin are you using for the drop down login?


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    #81179

    artbah
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    I am using — Create a Utility Bar Above the Header in Genesis
    from here.

    Along with this code — in functions.php

    $('.top_container .top .wrap').css('display', 'none')
    				$('.top_trigger').click(function(){
    					$('.top_container .top .wrap').slideToggle('slow');
    					return false;
    				});
    #81186

    braddalton
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    And what happens when you put that in a text widget in the header right widget area?

    I don’t think you need the utility bar if you want it inside the header.


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    #81190

    artbah
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    Thanks for your advise. I made the change.

    Originally I wanted the login info to be on its own visual banner, horizontally across the page, white background…as a separate section.

    #82714

    Bader
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    Slightly OT: would tell me how to insert the slider instead of the static background please (as you did on your website)?


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    #82716

    artbah
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    No problem. Just allow me few more days to complete the coding. And I will update my progress here.

    #82717

    Bader
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    That would be awesome :)

    Cheers!


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