New Headers & Footers Feature in Thrive Architect
Do you want to display consistent header and footer content on all your landing pages? With our new Headers & Footers feature in Thrive Architect, you now have an easy way to do so!
Check out this post to discover how this new feature works and how to get the most out of it.
Headers, Footers & Other Global Elements
If you aren't familiar with Symbols yet, take a look at this post to get acquainted. In one important aspect, headers and footers are the same as Symbols: when you edit them in one place, they update everywhere.
Templates & Layouts
As usual, we're not only providing you with a new feature, we've also added ready-made templates for you to choose from.
Our starter set of templates. More to be added soon.
You can choose and modify any of these templates to suit your needs. Of course, you can also build your own templates, completely from scratch. And because you have all of the features in Thrive Architect at your disposal, you can create any layout and design you can imagine.
Headers come with a few specific features that give you more control over how the header behaves on a page.
The first determines whether your header is placed above the content of your page or whether it covers the content. The "cover" option is useful for transparent headers such as this one:
The second determines the scroll behavior of the header. The options are pretty self explanatory. You can make your header stick to the top of the viewport while scrolling or you can make it disappear on scroll-down and appear on scroll-up.
Help Us Make This Feature Even Better
We hope you enjoy this first release of our Headers & Footers feature. We are working on a few updates to this feature already, including more templates. Also, you may have noticed that we stealth-released some feature improvements for the custom menu element a while ago. In our next update, we will enhance this element further and make it easier to use and customize.
We'd love to hear from you: what additions do you want to see, to make the Headers & Footers feature even better? Let us know by leaving a comment below and by voting on the suggestions you'd most like to see implemented.