Minerva Jupiterx has two headers, but only one seems to work


#1

I used the Minerva template to rebuild a site from Jupiter to Jupiter X. I noticed the template installs two headers one is normal and the other is sticky. I can’t seem to find any way to make the site use both. I had to take the normal header and make it sticky which is not ideal or how I handled the site pre Jupiter X. Any suggestions on this? Is there a way to have two Elementor headers and have the site use both when a person scrolls down that i am missing?


#2

A bit more information or an example how my use case if it helps.

The main header has the logo above the a centered menu. I would like the sticky header to have the logo on the left and the menu on the right.

As far as I can tell in the customizer you can only select one header for sticky so I cannot resolve this issue. Hopefully I am missing something. Since in Jupiter 6 I could create this style.

Thanks.


#3

Yes, you can use separate headers for the main header and the sticky header.
You will have to use the custom header rather than the default header.

Create 2 custom header templates using Elementor one each for main header and sticky header.
Then, go to JupiterX -> Customize -> Header and set the header to custom. Choose the custom templates for main header and sticky header and that’s it…!

Here is an article to create a custom header https://help.artbees.net/video-tutorials/header/creating-a-custom-header-in-elementor

Here is an article to create a custom sticky header https://help.artbees.net/header/creating-a-sticky-header

Thanks.


#4

Yes. These are the steps I completed. Only the main header ever shows up on the site as the top and sticky header. In fact I have changed the site back to a static header and it is ignoring that change and still using the main Elementor header template. I guess I will have to put in a support ticket?


#5

It’s very strange.
Please log into your Artbees account and start a new chat with the support.

Thanks.