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    Chapstick
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    How can I define the boxed width? I chose ‘boxed’ but see no place to define the width I want.

    Also, would like to define my own header layout and not be restricted to the 5 made available to me. Is that possible?

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  • Roman
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    #8923 |

    1) you could try to use something like this in the Custom CSS field to resize the boxed layout:

    Code:
    #wrapper {width:1200px;}
    #header .alora-row, #main .alora-row, .footer-area .alora-row, #slidingbar-area .alora-row, #footer .alora-row {max-width: 1140px;}

    keep in mind, the second value should be about 60 pixels lower than the first one

    2) at this moment can use only those header layouts which are included within the theme

    Chapstick
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    #8942 |

    Thank you. Instead of changing the width of the header, is it possible to have the header image stretch to fill the standard box width?

    Is there a way, within the theme options, to change the height of the header?

    The evolve theme has a whole “header” section in the appearance section which is not available with alora. I found this header section very valuable.

    Roman
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    #8945 |

    in Theme options -> Header Options -> Background Image For Header Area you can set an image for the header area. if you wanna modify the height you can add something like:

    Code:
    #header {padding-top:40px;padding-bottom:40px;}

    it will increase the header height for 80 pixels.

    Chapstick
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    #8947 |

    Hi, I loaded up a header image and the header height didn’t adjust. Instead, it cut the image off which is why I asked the question. I will try your suggestion.

    Roman
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    #8952 |

    it’s because this theme doesn’t use custom header background functionality same as evolve. this is coded little bit different

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