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 Sticky Header, how to make a sticky header while scrolling down (7 Replies, Read 5313 times)
Donovon
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Hi tried the custom css, for fixed position but all I get is the css script showing.
Please help any experts out there.
Want header to stay static while you scroll down the pages
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aakash_softac
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Hi,

Can you provide us with the domain name so we can let you know how to add a sticky header?

Also, there are many themes that have a sticky header, it is all theme dependent.

Do let us know.

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Donovon
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Hi domain is www.vizionsa.co.za  as the site is near complete dont wish to change themes, but if you can advise on sticky header I would really appreciate it
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aakash_softac
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Hi,

Sorry for the delay in response. We have made some changes on the given domain can you please check in the Editor via Preview and if you like the changes you can publish the files.

Do let us know.

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cpsrocks
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I would like to know how to make the head stay visible when schrolling also. Please there must be a way to do this/
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McLaw
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Sticky Menu (on/off):
Select the top Row - in some cases this can be tricky. I use the navigator button in the top right and select the top row from there.

Go to -> Options (from the left hand menu)
Select -> Navigation

There near the bottom of the expanded window will be "Sticky on"
You can add the device that you would like the menu to be sticky, or remove to un-sticky it.
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McLaw
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Quote From : McLaw May 14, 2021, 6:44 pm
Sticky Menu (on/off):
Select the top Row - in some cases this can be tricky. I use the navigator button in the top right and select the top row from there.

Go to -> Options (from the left hand menu)
Select -> Navigation

There near the bottom of the expanded window will be "Sticky on"
You can add the device that you would like the menu to be sticky, or remove to un-sticky it.


I'm sorry to double-post here, but couldn't find a way to edit the above post!

I should have started by saying where you should be doing these steps from...
Select the "header" from your page list to open the editor on the header that you would like to make sticky/unsticky.

(then follow the steps described above)
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McLaw
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[quote poster=McLaw date=1621019129][quote poster=McLaw date=1621017890]Sticky Menu (on/off):
Select the top Row - in some cases this can be tricky. I use the navigator button in the top right and select the top row from there.

Go to -> Options (from the left hand menu)
Select -> Animation

There near the bottom of the "Animation" box will be "Sticky on"
You can add the display (computer/tablet/phone) that you would like the menu to be sticky, or remove to un-sticky it.[/quote]

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