How to Fix the Jumping Header in Divi

Build websites in Divi on WordPress and want to fix the jumping header? I have a solution for you! If you notice your page content jumping when you refresh or load a page, it could be because of your navigation. Using the default header in Divi may be causing your issues. Learn how to solve the issue utilizing the Divi Theme Builder.

If you implement a header using the theme builder, and you decide to position the header as fixed, the first sections of your page content will be affected. If you need to make adjustments, you can target the classes below.

PLEASE NOTE! The number of pixels will differ for everyone based on the size you build your header. Make sure you adjust those numbers to work for you. The code snippet below are only an example for you to embellish upon.


.et_pb_section_0.et_pb_section {margin-top:100px !important;}
@media only screen and (max-width: 981px) {
	.et_pb_section_0.et_pb_section {margin-top:50px !important;}


.et_pb_post_content_0_tb_body {margin-top:-90px !important;}


Here are links to the programs and sites I mentioned in the video.


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