1. How to edit the Top Bar section


Landscaping Beaver Theme comes with one demo Top Bar:





You can edit its content using the Vamtam Beaver Builder: Guide to Vamtam Beaver Builder


Please go to Dashboard > Vamtam Builder > Saved Rows > locate the Top Bar Row and click the VamTam Builder link:





You can edit each of the elements, add or remove some of them. 





In order to save your changes please click on the Done button, next Publish Changes.






2. How to disable the Top Bar section 


In case you need to select a different saved row or disable the top bar section, please go to Customize > Top Bar > Layout






3. Mobile Top Bar 



If you need to remove the Top bar on lower resolutions, please go to Max Menu > General settings > Mobile top bar: 

https://www.awesomescreenshot.com/image/3241223/67ca899256debaf56421c38148fcd032



Or if you prefer to edit it, please go to VamTam Builder > Saved Rows: https://www.awesomescreenshot.com/image/3241229/286eb3cec669228c9fc6559d5155b867

Guide to Vamtam Beaver Builder




4. Troubleshooting


In case that you don't see the Builder button in your dashboard, please go to Appearance > VamTam Builder > User Access tab 


Next, locate the Admin section > click on Select field > click on Select All link


In the end, click Save User Access settings button.



 





5. How to recover the Top Bar template 



If you've deleted or haven't imported the Top Bar template and you need to recover it, please download the attached file (click with the right mouse button and then Save As XML) and import it into your installation following the steps below: 



Step 1:

Dashboard > Tools > Import > WordPress





Step 2:

If you haven't installed WordPress Importer plugin you'll see an error. Please proceed to install the plugin:





Step 3:

Please choose the import file, then click on the "Upload file and import" button.





Step 4:

Please assign posts to an existing user - choose from the drop-down menu. Please make a tick to "Download and import attachments" and click on the "Submit" button.





Step 5:

You'll see All done! on your Dashboard, if everything is imported correctly:





Source: http://kb.wpbeaverbuilder.com/article/89-export-and-import-saved-templates-rows-and-modules