Pages Novice

Go to Appearance > Theme Settings. Locate the pages settings under Pages. The page looks like this:

The pages options


These options apply only to pages created with the default template (default WordPress pages) and not with the Visual Builder. More on using page templates can be found here.

Here you'll find option related to your pages:

Pages Header

  • Header Height - lets you set the header height. Comes Auto by default and it also has 3 preset choices (small, medium and large). These presets were created in order to help you keep all your header heights consistent across the website.
  • Header Image - lets you to change the default header image for all your pages if you didn't set one for a specific page. This is a global setting and will take effect for all your pages that don't have an image set. Learn more about how to set an image for a specific page from this article.
  • Overlay Color - use this option if you want to set a color overlay for your image. You can select one of the 5 default colors or input a custom one. Use the opacity slider in order to control the overlay color opacity.
  • Header Image Overlap - lets you select the header image overlap value in pixels. The content that follows will overlap the header with the specified pixel amount.
  • Title - lets you style the title that appears on your header (the title displayed will be the actual page title).
  • Alignment - lets you select the title and description alignment
  • Content Position - this option takes values in pixels and lets you adjust the content vertical position. It is mostly used when you want to fine tune the header content position on the vertical axis (e.g. the logo and main menu are positioned absolute and you want the header content moved up or down). Input a negative value if you want your content to go up or a positive value if you want your content to go down.
Keep in mind

The page header options are similar to posts detail pages. A more detailed explanation with included image examples can be found in the Blog Posts settings.