Create Unique Header And Background Images For Each Page

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In this tutorial I show you how to display different Header background images on different pages, offering two different solutions based on the tools used and your own preference. I also show how to display the logo image to the far left of the page based on a member’s request so you can take or leave that bit of info as needed.

The background value indicates a header-image.jpg image. For that image to appear on your site, you need to create the image and upload it to your web server in the /images/ directory. When working with graphics on the web, you should use GIF, JPG, or PNG image formats.

Tools Used:

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  • Dynamik Website Builder (but either Extender Plugins will work as well, or ANY theme/tool is fine if only using the first solution which is pure CSS/HTML based)
  • 1,801 Free images of Header. Related Images: banner background galaxy sky snowflakes nature head image space pattern header.
  • If you want to set a different image as header for each page of your website, follow these steps: Go to Dashboard - Pages - All Pages; Select the page you want to edit, you will redirect to page editor; Scroll down to bottom, you will find a box titled “Page header Section” Click on “Add or Upload File” from “Header Image”.
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Note that the first solution is pure CSS/HTML based and therefore can be done with any theme or Plugin, but the second solution requires either my Dynamik Theme or either Extender Plugin.

Here’s a code example used in this tutorial for the pure CSS solution:

.header-one-page .site-header {
background: #FFFFFF url(images/header-1.png) top center no-repeat;
}
.header-two-page .site-header {
background: #FFFFFF url(images/header-2.png) top center no-repeat;
}
.header-three-page .site-header {
background: #FFFFFF url(images/header-3.png) top center no-repeat;
}

Background Images Html

Here’s the screencast:

Background Images Css

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