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Use own Header (with Elementor PRO) / Own Footer not shown at mobile view

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  • Dominik
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    i don’t like that basic header that much so i created my own one.
    But its not showing. Is there a way to disable the basic one and reset with my own (maybe by setting shortcode somewhere?)

    2.) I use my own footer (also made by elementor). It works for desktop but at mobile my footer isn’t visible. How can we fix that?

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    Got it. So sad that its don’t usefull for community pages. So i heave to use the basic one.

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    Sorry for the multipost. But now i got two other questions:

    – is it possible to set a “primary” menu for logged out user and a primary for logged in users?


    – i integrated my footer (made with elementor) by shortcode at widget-area footer 1. But this is only shown up at dektop and not at mobile or tablet view. Any ideas how to fix that?

    Thank you so much.

    Themosaurus Support
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    Hi @dominik,

    To display different menu items for logged in and logged out users, we recommend the following plugin:

    If Menu – Visibility control for Menu Items

    As for the footer not showing on mobile device, please open the theme customizer through Appearance > Customize then go to Appearance > Footer and make sure to check the “Display in mobile pages” box.

    Finally, in the future please try to create a single topic for each question you have. It makes it easier for us to help you and it also helps other members of the community finding answers if they have the same questions as you. Thank you for your contribution and your understanding 🙂


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Hi there,

This topic has been inactive for a while now so we will be closing it to keep the forum tidy. Don't hesitate to create a new topic if you still need help and we'll be glad to help you!

Best regards,
The Themosaurus team.

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