If you're using one of the newer Contentbox-based templates, you can use the Contentbox editor to swap out your masthead for a different style.
WARNING editing your template could potentially damage your website layout. If you are not confident editing templates, or using HTML and CSS you should look to test things out on a trial site first, or make use of the BACKUPS button to restore an old version if needed.
If you have the DESIGN sidebar option enabled you can quickly get there via the A button as well.
In the example below we will change from the default MODERNA 3 column layout to a two column LOGO / MENU layout.
Example MODERNA masthead layout
In the template area you will find a series of Contentbox sections, find the one with the masthead / logo /menu [TAGS] and add a snippet block.
In the snippet popup window that appears, find and click the button TEMPLATE SNIPPETS in the left-hand sidebar.
With some contentbox templates, the snippet block popup will automatically default to the template snippets as shown below.
In the main window area, find the section labelled MASTHEAD LAYOUTS.
These are the preset options available. The | icon denotes a second or third column snippet.
The Logo | Menu snippet is shown highlighted above.
Your new masthead snippet will be added to the section, if not - move it to the correct area as shown below.
Once in the right place, delete the old masthead snippet block and save.
Showing the template with the new masthead format.
There is the potential to move the columns around e.g. put the menu on the right, align the menu left, this involves moving the columns as you would in
the page editor mode.
See Drag-drop Overview > Column Tools for more information.
NOTE: Due to the complexity of the masthead layouts this realignment may not be possible with all snippets. You may need to use the STYLE SETTINGS popup
to change the formatting.
You would also need to consider customising the MOBILE layout. This isn't covered here. See Mobile Formatting on getting started.
Using the column tools to move the logo right, and highlighting the [LOGO] tag and text-aligning right, [MENUWITHCATEGORIES] text-aligning left.