Spark Header - Custom Headers and Page Level Targeting

Add new headers and assign them to specific pages.

Adding a New Header


Select your hamburger menu on the top left of your dashboard, select Headers & Footers > Headers.

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To add a new Header, select the 'Add New Header' button.

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Select from 'Build a Custom Header' or 'Start From A Template'

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IF you selected 'Build A Custom Header', name your new header and select 'Add Header'.

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IF you selected 'Start From A Template', select your header by clicking the 'Use This Layout' button.

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After selecting your template, name your header.

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If you need a reminder on how to edit the header, head over to this article.


You can isolate your Custom Headers to show only on specific pages here. Let's dive into this feature.

The very first thing you will notice that there are Page Types. Here you can select. where do you want to assign your header to display.

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You can for example ALL POSTS or just specific posts to have this header.

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IMPORTANT NOTE: By not selecting anything from this tab, the header will automatically be in use on ALL pages on your site once you hit the save button.

Once you are happy with the changes you made to your header, click on the check mark button to save all your changes, and lastly the X button to exit the Header Editor.

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The standard header that is made by default looks like this.


The new header will only show on post pages.


Further Education for the Spark Header & Footer Editor: