Successful integration between your database and your header and footer is possibly the most important factor to consider when designing these elements. This is why using a header and footer builder rather than an additional plugin is a big advantage for web creators. Your navigation menu will sync smoothly with your custom fields.
On top of all that, your design assets such as color scheme, typography, hover effects, will automatically be available in your header and footer customization.
Many web creators can empathize that making the changes you need to your WordPress headers and footers can be tricky. A major reason for this is because they are heavily dependent on the custom fields in your database. They pull up a lot of dynamic data, be it navigation menus, logo images, page titles, and so on.
No matter how difficult it could end up being, a website’s header and footer design are understandably super important to any web creator and his website masterpiece.
Not only are your website’s header and footer are the backbone of your site. Your visitors will rely on your header and footer for 90% of their navigation purposes. Some might say that your header is the first design element that people look at when your site loads. It’s not only the backbone of your logo, it stays on the top of every page on your site.
It’s a similar ballgame with your website’s footer. Your footer will often have your social icons, your sitemap, and a lot of the business information that visitors are looking for to learn more about you.
This is why you’ll want your header and footer to be polished to perfection. And believe it or not, it’s actually easy to make it happen.
Keep reading the article at Elementor Blog. The article was originally written by Orlee Gillis on 2020-03-24 09:48:50.
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