Montauk, Julia, Kent, and Om share the same underlying structure and functionality. This guide applies to all these templates.
The site title and Top Navigation display at the top of the page in the site header for Montauk, Julia, Kent, and Om.
You can display an address, tag line, or custom text in the header as well, in an area called the subtitle. This guide explains how to adjust the look of the header and replace or edit the default address placeholder text.
Layout and style
Use the Canvas Style tweak in the Options section of the Style editor to adjust the layout of the site header.
Use the Stack Navigation tweak to stack the navigation vertically. This tweak affects Canvas Style: Left and Canvas Style: Right layouts. It doesn't affect the Canvas Style: Normal layout.
You’ll find other tweaks for the site header elements in the Style Editor:
- The Typography section adjusts the fonts and font sizes.
- The Sizes & Values section adjusts spacing in the header and between navigation links.
- The Colors section adjusts the font colors.
Note: To learn how to adjust what pages display in the navigation menu, visit Adding pages to your navigation.
Use the Header Subtitle tweak in the Options section of the Style Editor to determine what displays in the subtitle:
- Address displays your address and phone number. Set this information in the Physical Location fields of the Business Information panel.
- Tag Line displays your site’s tag line. Add or customize your tag line in the Logo & Title panel.
- Select Custom to add text or other content directly to the subtitle area. The subtitle will display "Your Custom Text Here" as placeholder text. To replace this text, exit the Style Editor. Hover over the text, click Edit, and add content using blocks.
Style the subtitle text with the Site Subtitle and Site Subtitle Color tweaks.
You can replace the site title with a logo in the Logo & Title panel.
The title or logo and subtitle display on mobile. On smartphones, the navigation displays in a menu at the top of the page.
Create a thumbnail navigation grid with the Index Page.