The content banner is an optional component of the Foundation Theme. Once enabled, it will display on pages that contain content, such as community posts (including discussions, ideas, questions, polls, events) and KB articles.
For the main banner that appears on the homepage and category pages, see the Banner Article.
You can edit this by navigating to the theme editor, selecting the styles tab and selecting Content Banner from the options on the left:
Enabling Content Banner
To enable the banner, simply toggle the option on.
Content Banner Height
You can set the height of the content banner for desktop and mobile individually.
For the content banner’s background you can set a color, or if you prefer, an image as the background.
If using an image, be mindful of how it will work with your height settings and how it will look on a variety of screen sizes.
Even if you set a color in the Theme Editor UI, it will be overridden by any Banner image you have set in the Branding & SEO settings, or if you have a banner set for a particular subcommunity or category.
The background color or image from the Theme Editor settings will only apply if there is nothing set in the Branding & SEO settings nor the Category banner settings.
If using an image that may not be suitable for all screen sizes, you can upload specific images for desktop, tablet and mobile to ensure an excellent experience across devices.
You can choose to apply a cover overlay in the Foundation Editor UI by checking the box.
This option is particularly useful if you have an image with a lot of color variation that can make it difficult to read the text below.
You can also choose to add a logo to the content banner and decide if it should be center or left aligned.
Here is an example of a content banner with logo: