changing height (or removing altogether) of hero header area

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    @Zed, I am working on a client site at: disciplingmarketplaceleaders.org — they wish to NOT have the massive hero-image height to the page header area on a couple of site pages. For example: on https://disciplingmarketplaceleaders.org/donate/ they would love for that to show the donate content sooner to page viewers.

    Is that an option in the free version of the theme, or would they need to purchase Plus? Thanks in advance for any direction you can provide.
    -Steve, 3Cstudio

    Website: disciplingmarketplaceleaders.org

    #118651
    Zed
    Cryout Creations mastermind

    Hi,

    The theme uses the same header image settings (height, full screen mode) for the entire site. The only site section that can appear differently is the landing page which has the distinct banner image element.

    Having different header image heights is not possible in either the free or the Plus edition of Bravada without employing custom styling or custom code.


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    #118684

    Zed, thank you for your response. I will look into customizing on a per page header basis then.

    FYI, I cannot access anything cryoutcreations.eu from my wifi connection, which is via Comcast/Xfinity. I have to use my mobile device’s hotspot to access your site (and this forum thread). Is there any way you can discern how/why that blockage is occurring for my connection point? I initially was able to setup an account, but nothing more than that — not in any of the 3 browsers I have loaded on this computer. I’m physically located in the Grand Rapids, MI, USA area …. if that helps you pinpoint any further how/why a blacklisting of your site and its contents is occurring?

    FWIW.
    -Steve

    #118714
    Zed
    Cryout Creations mastermind

    Our firewall does apply permanent blocks for more serious disturbances, but that would never be triggered by simply browsing the site.
    We also don’t do geo-blocking. I would need the public IP address of your connection with which you’re unable to access our site to check the logs and the block list.


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