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Thank you so much Victor, REALLY appreciated!
Just a heads up on this for anybody else who wants to do the same.
After days of wasting time trying to do it and contacting several Genesis developers who were either too busy, not interested or simply too expensive, I found Brad Dalton's solution. It works a treat! http://wpsites.net/web-design/altitude-pro-image-slideshow-behind-widget-area/
Just a standard slideshow whereby I select a few images to include, as a background and stretched exactly the same as the static image. If there is a plugin, then yes I can use that. I have used Cyclone Slider before, I tried Soliloquy but didn't like it (can't remember why now!)
I want to keep it as a background though, as I will have text to put in the widget area.
Have found that Altitude is similar theme but it doesn't happen on that, so have switched to Altitude and will customise that
Thanks Brad. I actually gave it a margin-top and the mobile bit was easier than I thought; I only had to adjust the widest of the media queries 😀
Yes, I did try position fixed for the nav menu. Of course that messed up the design and I just thought it would be easier to put it within the header div instead of juggling about with the .css, including the mobile bit of .css! I was obviously wrong <G>
Custom menu in header is not on as I have a search bar there.
I guess I'll have to have a play around with the .css and see if I can get it fixed in the right position for all devices!
Thanks Brad but that puts it above the header. I want it just before the closing tag of header, so it is nestled with the header div, ie after <header class="site-header"> and just before </div>
Unless there is another way to do what I want! I am trying to have the header and primary nav in a group that is fixed. At the moment the header only is fixed with the nav displaying below it. You can see what I have done so far at: http://fuerteventura.babrees.co.uk/?p=1 I simply want the nav bar fixed as well.
Just a small update for anybody else who might want this. You need to use before_loop, not before_content.
Thank you so much Ren, I appreciate your help!
I LOVE learning something new 😀