This post contains 2 code snippets which enable you to add a unique image after the header on any single page.
Here’s how the 2 solutions work :
Solution 1 – Your image is only displayed when one is added via a custom field named after_header
Solution 2 – If no image is added, a default named after-header.jpg is pulled from your child themes images folder.
Solution 3 & 4 support ACF and display the image if added and ACF is inactive. Assumes ACF settings for return field are :
Here’s the demo video showing how it works :
Shows the default image added after the header on single pages only and a continue image added when URL added to custom field named after_header. Also shows the image resize on smaller screens.
Tested using the Atmosphere Pro child theme by StudioPress however will work in most Genesis child themes without modification.
Add 1 of the code snippets from the download folder to the end of your child themes functions file.
Add your image URL to a custom field like this :
Note : Includes 2 code snippets. Solution 3 & 4 support ACF & WP custom fields meaning your image will display if you deactivate ACF.
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