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    One more question:

    My website is and I’m curious as to whether I can replace the header text on my pages with a banner instead, while maintaining my ability to have my left hand sidebars.

    I tried using the Template Builder to create the layout that I desire, but any full-width banner nixes the possibility of a left sidebar.

    Is there any way to have a full-width banner in the content area right below my main nav menu, and force my left sidebars right below it?

    Thanks again.


    Hi ajarkovsky,

    The only thing I can think of would be to add the banner as a background image to your title container class using the page id to limit the css to each page.

    Eg, for this page: .title_container {
    background: url( (Purchase code hidden if logged out) .png) top center;

    Where I’ve just just used the image url for your banner and placed it as the background aligned to the top center of the div. (Purchase code hidden if logged out) -id




    Any chance there’s a way to get the area to auto-size to the height of my banners?

    Thanks so much – you’ve been a great help.


    No, with using a background image you need to set the height of the div manually. It otherwise has no idea how tall the background image is so there isn’t a way to set it automatically.

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