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Free Training For Banners In Website Header And Footer — 4 Comments

  1. I have always wanted to add banners to my website, but I had no idea how it all works. I have about 4 plugins on my site, but I didn’t realize there were ones for header/footer banner creation – I thought they were all pre-made. Your break down is perfect, and I clicked on your link to ‘Design Wizard’ and it is all making sense! Before I commit to the plugin, do you prefer DesignWizard or Canva? It seems DesignWizard is more user friendly without the hassle of technical talk. 

    Once I look at them both and hear which you recommend, I am going to add these banners into the header of each of my pages. You have sparked a new fire into my website development!

    • I have a premium account at Design Wizard, so obvious, I like that one more:) They both are good! Except from that Design Wizard has an affiliate program, and Canva not (Yet) I heard they are thinking about that.

  2. This looks like a really interesting plugin – I’ve been looking to spice up the header section of my WordPress blog for quite some time now, as I’ve still got the universal ‘forest path’ picture stuck on mine! 

    I’m a little bit unsure about HTML. Is it as simple as copying the HTML given to you and placing it in two separate boxes? (actually one box for me – I’m only looking to put a banner in the header section!). 

    I’m not the best with coding and I have heard it’s easy to mess up a site by inputting HTML in the wrong place…

    • You always have to be very careful adding HTML codes directly into the editor, you can break your website with doing that. That’s why I always advise, when you have the opportunity to create 2 websites, to use one for testing stuff. I know that Wealthy Affiliate offers you that opportunity. But maybe more services online do that. I create the script in a test post, and then copy it to the header or footer section of the plugin.

      Success creating your own header banner, by the way, this banner will appear above your header section. 


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