With the release of Avada 7, Header Layouts had quite an upgrade. With the release of the Header Builder as part of the new Avada Layouts feature, you can now also build your own custom headers. See Introducing Avada Layouts and How To Build A Custom Header to learn more about this amazing new option for your website. When building a custom header in Layouts, you can either start with a blank template, or alternatively, you can also import any of the original 7 headers, or one of a further 9 new header designs, into the Header Layout Section as a starting point, to then customize further for your Custom Header. See Prebuilt Headers For Layouts for more information on the specific headers you can import.
But Avada still offers a range of 7 customizable one-click Header Layouts via the Avada Global Options, which you can find at Avada > Options > Header > Header Content. Each Header Layout offers a different look and set of features, so it is important to familiarize yourself with each one.
Following on from the Main Header Setup document, where we look at the Header Options available in the Global Options, in this document we look at examples of each of the 7 header layouts that can be assigned from the Global Options, and how they are configured.