Support » Theme: Hemingway » Change menu height & page specific header images

  • Resolved brunsn


    I am using Hemingway and it looks great, but I’d like to change a few things.

    I am trying to change the height of the navigation menu. It’s just a little too tall for me, and I want to shorten it. Does anyone know how to do this?

    I would also like to set different header images for certain internal pages. It would be cool to sync with the featured image of the page/post, but I’d be happy with any method.


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  • Theme Author Anders Norén


    Hi brunsn,

    To change the height of the navigation, install a custom CSS plugin and add the following code:

    .blog-menu a { padding: 27px 20px }

    Decrease the 27px value until you’re happy with the results.

    Hemingway lets you add a different header image for each post/page, so that shouldn’t be an issue. Simply add the featured image you want for each page/post.

    — Anders

    That code didn’t work, but I figured out if you add “ul” to the beginning it does! This is what I changed it to: a {
    padding: 15px 20px;

    I tried adding a featured image to a page, but all it does is add a big picture before my content, below the header. It does not change the main header. Is there a setting somewhere I need to adjust?

    Example Page:

    Theme Author Anders Norén


    Glad it worked out with the menu!

    Oh, didn’t realize that you meant the main header. Unfortunately, there’s no settings in Hemingway for page/post specific headers.

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