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    Any way to keep the header just be the header when scrolling, and NOT have it resize to a smaller version. Just be a header without the automatic resize feature.

    enfold theme

    Thank You! (love the theme by the way)


    Hi zOrg,

    In the theme options go to the Header section. The Header Type dropdown allows you to choose from Fixed (the sticky header) or the regular header which is what you want. It also has multiple styles to choose from with those variations as well.




    Right, tired them all – no luck. I’ve noticed some other settings not performing as well. I’m going to take a look at my server cache see if that does the trick.

    Thank you!


    Okay – the change did finally work – needed a re-boot to my server. Thank you again. So, another question: is there a setting (or an adjustment/code) that can be made that so that the header stays the same size, but stays at the top and does not scroll with the page? Just like the “Fixed (sticky header)” without the auto resize effect?




    Edit js > avia.js and find this code

    //check if the browser supports element rotation
    function avia_header_size()
    var win = $(window),
    header = $('.fixed_header #header'),
    elements = $('#header_main .container, .main_menu ul:first-child > li > a:not(.avia_mega_div a)'),
    el_height = $(elements).filter(':first').height(),
    isMobile = 'ontouchstart' in document.documentElement,
    scroll_top = $('#scroll-top-link'),
    set_height = function()
    var st = win.scrollTop(), newH = 0;

    if(st < el_height/2)
    newH = el_height - st;
    newH = el_height/2;

    elements.css({height: newH + 'px', lineHeight: newH + 'px'});

    if(!header.length) return false;

    return false;


    Remove it.

    Or another way is to add this on your custom.css or Quick CSS

    #header_main .container, .main_menu ul:first-child > li a {
    height: 88px !important;
    line-height: 88px !important;

    Height and line-height will depend on the size of your logo.




    T H A N K Y O U! worked like a charm – Quick CSS. Perfect.

    Most excellent work the ENFOLD. Hope you make a $million$ off of it.


    Glad we could help :)

    Let us know if you have any other questions or issues.




    I have a question concerning the same issue.

    when i use the quick css two things happen:

    1) the logo is smaller afterwards

    2) a line (like an horizontal ruler) is added below the menu.

    any idea why this happens?

    thanks in advance



    In what browser? Do you have a URL to show us please since without a URL this is tricky.




    The line is part of the main content block’s padding. The following is how I tackled it for my page.

    /* remove the padding from the main content to the bottom of the header */
    .fixed_header.social_header #main {
    padding-top: 88px; /* Change this to the thickness of your heading block */

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