How To Show Transparent Header in Dawn 13.0.0

Hello everyone, and welcome back to another tutorial on WebSensePro! In today’s tutorial, I’ll guide you through the process of adding a transparent header to the latest version of Dawn, version 13.0.0. If you’re using an older version such as 10.0.0, 11.0.0, or 8.0.0, don’t worry—I’ve covered those in previous tutorials.

Step 1: Understanding the Transparent Header

After implementing this tutorial, your transparent header will seamlessly integrate into your Dawn theme. It will appear like this [show image or demonstration]. You’ll also have the option to customize the color of the header to match your theme’s palette.

Step 2: Preparation and Installation

First things first, ensure you’re working with a duplicate of your theme. This ensures that if anything goes wrong during the customization process, you can easily revert back without any hassle.

Now, navigate to your Shopify backend and install a fresh copy of the Dawn theme (or whichever free theme you’re currently using). If you’re using a paid theme and need assistance with customization, reach out to us through the link in the description.

Step 3: Implementing the Transparent Header

Once the latest version of Dawn is installed, navigate to the “Online Store” section and select “Themes.” Click on “Customize” for your Dawn theme.

Within the customization settings, locate the option for the header. Here, you’ll find a checkbox to enable the transparent header. Check the box and customize the color as desired. Hit save to apply the changes.

Step 4: Testing and Fine-Tuning

Preview your theme to ensure the transparent header is implemented correctly. You can adjust the color further using hexadecimal codes or any other color format that suits your branding.

Test the transparent header on both desktop and mobile devices to ensure a consistent and appealing look across different screen sizes. If you encounter any issues, such as awkward display on mobile, consider adjusting the sticky header settings or adding additional CSS tweaks.

Step 5: Advanced Customization (Optional)

For those seeking more advanced customization options, such as different logos for the transparent header or additional features like autoplay video banners, consider exploring further customization possibilities. You can also extend the transparent header functionality to inner pages of your website, although it’s advisable to exercise caution and ensure it complements your overall design.

Congratulations! You’ve successfully added a transparent header to your Dawn theme, giving your Shopify store a sleek and modern look. I hope this tutorial has been helpful in achieving the desired design for your online store.

Add this code in the header.liquid file under schema

      "type": "checkbox",
      "id": "enable_transparent-header",
      "label": "Enable Transparent Header",
      "default": false
      "type": "text",
      "id": "color-transparent",
      "label": "Transparent Color"

Add this code in the header.liquid file under <style> tag

{% if section.settings.enable_transparent-header %}
      background: transparent !important;
    position: absolute !important;
    width: 100% !important;
    top: 0px;
  {% endif %}

  {% if section.settings.color-transparent %}
@media only screen and (min-width: 600px) {
    .list-menu__item, details[open]>.header__submenu {
  color: {{ section.settings.color-transparent }} !important;
      background: transparent;
},.header__active-menu-item,.disclosure__button,.header__heading-link .h2{
  color: {{ section.settings.color-transparent }} !important;
    {% endif %}
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