- Header General Settings
- Minify on Scroll
- Header Size on Mobile/Tablet
- Links & Submenu Settings
- Hide Labels
- Sticky Header 2020 – PRO Version
Header General Settings
By default, the plugin will target the Twenty Twenty default header, which is #site-header, but you can specify another element ID for targeting the sticky header if you are using a different theme, or your own customization. In this way, the element/header will become sticky on the scroll together with the elements it contains the navigation/menu, the search icon, the logo, etc.
You can turn on/off the sticky header at any time.
The sticky header general settings can be changed very easily. When you change the header height the logo will be resized based on the header height and the vertical spacing (the logo and menu top and bottom spacing).
The units can be px, em, rem, %, or vh (it’s recommended to use px for a more accurate result).
Minify on Scroll
When you scroll the page, the header (also the logo) will reduce its height. The settings for the minified sticky header can be adjusted below. To preview the changes you have to scroll up and down the page.
Header Size on Mobile/Tablet
You can adjust the header height and the vertical spacing for the main elements it contains. This can be different than the height on the desktop or the minified size on the scroll.
Links & Submenu Settings
You can change the submenu background color, in order to create a nice contrast and make the navigation more visible.
Also, you can disable the underline decoration that is applied to the menu links by default, for a cleaner look (this option will remove the underline from the submenu items too).
By default, Twenty Twenty is displaying a label under the menu and search. If you need to show only the icons, then this option allows you to hide the labels independently.
Sticky Header 2020 – PRO Version
The PRO version of the plugins allows for more customization of the header and the elements it contains. See all the details.