Support » Theme: Hemingway » Header image changes in the latest version of Hemingway

  • Theme Author Anders Norén


    Hi everybody,

    I just submitted the latest version of Hemingway to the WordPress theme depository. The update will be live within a week or two and introduces, among other things, a change to how the header image is displayed.

    Previously, the height of the header image was based on the width of the screen. That meant that the header could occupy a lot of vertical space on larger monitors. Now, the height of the header is fixed on desktops – around 350 pixels high.

    Setting a fixed height was one of the most frequently requested features of Hemingway, but obviously, some of you might prefer the way the header used to be displayed. To restore the header to the way it displayed previously, follow these instructions:

    1. Install a custom CSS plugin, like Simple Custom CSS.
    2. Open the plugin and enter the following code:
      .header.section { padding: 10% 0; }
    3. Save the changes.

    The header should now look the same as it did before the update. If you need assistance with implementing the fix, or if you have any other issues with the header, let me know.

    – Anders

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