For a better grasp of the full potential of the theme, it is worth having a look at the philosophy behind the Header. The Header in Engic does not have predefined styles (like most themes), but the elements can be moved independently from each other. The elements one can add on Header may be the following:
- Logos — 3 different for the Headers (Default/Light/Dark) and another one for the Sticky Header
- Menu — 3 different styles
- Menu Elements — On/Off & Add elements
- TopBar Area — On/Off & Add elements in two different areas (Left/Right)
The first 3 elements above, can have their own alignment without one’s place affecting the other’s. This way, virtually dozens of combinations can turn out. If you take into account the topbar that offers 2 places (left and right) and it’s of the logic On/Off and Add elements, Engic can satisfy even the most demanding user.
Don’t forget that above your content area you can set the default titles (posts, pages, portfolio items), the Feature section area ( available in pages, posts and portfolio items ) and the Anchor menu option.