Hey Divi Nation! Thanks for joining us for the next installment of our weekly Divi Design Initiative where each week, we give away brand new freebies for Divi. Recently, we shared a brand new Coworking Space Layout Pack. To help you get your website up and running as soon as possible, we’re sharing a global header & footer template that matches this layout pack perfectly as well! Hope you enjoy it.
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Global Header & Footer Template Below
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How to Upload The Template
Go to Divi Theme Builder
To upload the template, navigate to the Divi Theme Builder in the backend of your WordPress website.
Upload Global Website Template
Then, in the top right corner, you’ll see an icon with two arrows. Click on the icon.
Navigate to the import tab, upload the JSON file which you were able to download in this post and click on ‘Import Divi Theme Builder Templates‘.
Save Divi Theme Builder Changes
Once you’ve uploaded the file, you’ll notice a new global header and footer in your default website template. Save the Divi Theme Builder changes as soon as you want the template to be activated.
How to Modify The Template
Open Header Template
To modify the global header template’s elements, start by opening the template.
Change the logo inside the Menu Module.
Change Menu Items & Links
Next, add relevant links to the Button Module and each one of the social networks inside the Social Media Follow Module.
Enable CSS Class Once Header Design is Completed
Last but not least, we’ll enable a CSS class in the Code Module which you can find in the first section. Open the Code Module and remove the “/* */” at the beginning and ending of the class. Enabling this class (in combination with some JQuery code that’s already enabled) will make sure the section containing the menu items doesn’t load right away when someone visits one of your pages. Once you enable this class, the second section on your page will disappear from the Visual Builder, but you can still access it in the Wireframe Mode or turn off the CSS class if you want to make additional changes.
Open Footer Template
Continue by opening the global footer inside the default website template.
Change Footer Items & Links
Then, modify each one of the footer items’ content and link.
Add Links to Social Media Follow Module
Then, add a link to each social network inside the Social Media Follow Module.
Add Email Account to Email Optin Module
Make sure you add an email account to your Email Optin Module as well.
And complete the footer design by changing the copy inside the Text Modules which you can find throughout the footer design.
Save Divi Theme Builder Changes
Once you’ve made all changes to the header and footer, make sure you save the theme builder changes!
New Freebies Every Week!
We hope you enjoy this week’s Coworking Space Layout Pack and the Header & Footer freebie that goes along with it. We look forward to hearing your opinions in the comment section below. Make sure you check back next week for more freebies!
the headers and footers lately have been really good – is there a way to only use them on mobile / tablets? and use my existing header on pc? this would be ideal if i could achieve that