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Global blocks — header and footer

Global header and footer allow you to create convenient site navigation, add your logo, social networks just once, but apply the settings across all site pages.

Important: The global block option is valid only for the header and footer of the site.
Note: There is currently no way to convert the global block back to a non-global one. You can either hide this block on certain pages, or remove it completely and add it again as a regular block. It's also impossible to duplicate such a block.

Global header and footer

All global blocks are marked with a yellow icon in the top right corner:

There're two ways of making your header or footer global.

Adding a global block

To begin with, select a footer or header from the block gallery.

Then, click on it and choose the option Add to all pages in the pop-up window:

Making an existing block global

Firstly, click on the three dots in the top right corner of the block:

Select the option Global block in the drop-down menu:

Adding multiple global blocks

You can have several global headers and footers on your site.
The process of adding an additional global block is no different from the similar process for adding the first global block described in this section of the current article.

Important: At the moment, the sticky and header transparency options will not work if 2 or more global headers are added to the site.
Note: If you want to display one global block on certain pages, and another, respectively, on others, you can hide each of them separately on the pages you need, using the tips from this article.

Global blocks on multilingual sites

The global header/footer is independent for each language version if you have a multilingual site. These blocks can be edited separately from each other.

Tip: You can find out more about global blocks when setting up a multilingual website in this article.

Publish your site once you've done all the changes.

For more customization options for global headers, check out the articles:
Making the header transparent
Making the header sticky

Updated on: 01/05/2024

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