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#1 Guest_George_*

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Posted 24 January 2014 - 06:27 AM

Hi there, I've a couple quick questions.

I'm currently using a theme that allows me to use the hybrid-connect plugin inside of a widget that's in my header.

Can I do this with buidler? Use a big widget at the top, without anything else on top of it?

Also, can I adjust both the height and width of the header (or would the height of the widge header automatically adjust to the size of my pre-defined hybrid-connect sign up box)?


That's about it, thanks.

George

#2 Ronald

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Posted 24 January 2014 - 09:01 AM

Hi George,

you can build virtually any layout you want using Builder. A one widget widgetbar on top, no problem, 5 one widget widgetbars stacked on top, go for it. A footer at the top? No problem (but hardly recommendable :) ). Just to say that Builder allows you to select any number of module (header, image, navigation, content, html, widgets) in any location and create a layout based on that. On top of that, you can create any number of layouts within a site, so you can have different layouts for different pages.

If necessary, module heights can be changed through css, otherwise, a module will flex to the heigth of the contents within that module,

hope that clarifies, you may want to view some of our Builder tutorial videos (http://ithemes.com/tutorial/category/builder/) , perhaps in particular the ones on Builder layouts,

hope that clarifies,
Ronald

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#3 Guest_George_*

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Posted 24 January 2014 - 10:41 PM

Fantastic! Thanks. I'll be ordering soon (before the discount ends - I'm in the middle of switching hosts...)