Page Top & Bottom Padding

Page Top & Bottom Padding

22/05/2018

Each page you create with Avada will have default top and bottom padding applied. The page top padding starts directly below the header, and the page bottom padding directly above the footer area as illustrated below. Aside from the main header, there are also some elements on your page that may sit above the top padding, such as the Page Title Bar, and Sliders in some cases.

Page Padding Options

Fusion Theme Options

You can set a global top and bottom padding for the page content in Avada > Theme Options > Layout tab under the Layout section. This can be overridden on individual pages via the Fusion Page Options.

Fusion Page Options

You can choose to set the top and bottom padding for individual pages in the Page tab in the Fusion Page Options box. This will override the global option set in the Fusion Theme Options.

Pages With Sliders

Sliders Added Via Fusion Page Options

If you add a Fusion, Revolution or Layer slider using the Fusion Page Options, then the slider will sit above the top padding. This means that setting a Top Page Padding will not affect the slider.

Sliders Added Via Builder Elements

If you add a Fusion, Revolution or Layer Slider using one of the slider elements in the Fusion Builder, then the slider will sit below the top padding. This means that setting a Top Page Padding will affect the slider.

IMPORTANT NOTE: If your page does not have a Page Title Bar, the top padding will start directly under the main header.

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