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[Resolved] How to make a header image with multiple rows of content on it?

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Last updated by gaborG 6 years, 3 months ago.

Assigned support staff: Luo Yang.


I'm trying to create the header seen in the image. (For some reason I couldn't upload it here, so here's the link for it: hidden link)
As you can see, it has 3 rows of items:
1. Logo + signup
2. Menu
3. Slider contents (the background doesn't move with the slides, only the content)
I would like to make a single image display behind all three of these rows. I'm sure it is possible somehow, because this kind of display is used on many sites, but I didn't find a way to do it with Toolset.
Can anyone help me out with a solution?

Additionally, the background image would be changed daily, so it has to be a post, not a static image. 🙂


Luo Yang

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Dear gabor,

If you are using Layouts plugin to design your webpage, you can try the "Grid of Cells", for example,
1) add a row, set the background image as what you need.
2) in above row, add a "Grid of Cells", which is one column and three rows.
3) in each row of above "Grid of Cells" add what you want:
1. Logo + signup
2. Menu

More help:
Grid of Cells


What a great idea! Thanks, I'll give it a go. 🙂