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  1. DizzyDan

    Sticky Header Space

    I am developing a single page website that scrolls to each section when selected, live example: http://sandbox.digitango.com/ The issue I am having is with the sticky header, when you click the first link "Why AMAC" it will send you to the first section BUT when the header changes to fixed position it covers the content. I searched google reading a ton of articles but nothing seemed to address this issue, maybe I am missing the correct term for what my issue is. Is there any solution you know of that can fill the gap for when the header changes to fixed? - Image one - what the problem looks like - Image two - how I would like it to look
  2. For whatever reason, anytime I use "position: sticky" in whatever form whether it's browser supported or through the Stickyfill.js it breaks the w3-bar navigation menu. w3schools.com obviously has a way to make it work. But I can't. Sticky off - dropdown menu works perfect. Stick ON and the menu button clicks but the dropdown content is not displayed. Or at the very least it's not visible if it is. http://dev.daellusknights.com/index.html <-- Sticky ON (broken) http://dev.daellusknights.com/index2.html <-- Sticky OFF (works) Is this a known issue or am I just missing something. Currently working with MS Edge and latest Chrome on Win 10 Pro (dev)
  3. so i am new to js and i made myself a sticky nav with the help of a guide but i tried to apply it on to the image in the nav as well to make it have a opacity of 0 or 1 whenever it hits the top of my browser window in chrome it adds the class and removes it but the img just stays hidden i don't know why the sticky nave works fine but the css just wont adjust on the img http://pastebin.com/ELNQdwWF
  4. Hi guys, i have a sticky popup contact us form on a website im playing around with locally. When the user clicks on the Contact Us button, the contact us form fly's out from the rhs. I am unable to get IE 11 to correctly position the "sticky-popup-right .popup" title in css (although it seems to work fine in chrome and firefox). please note, there is code in the attached css file for other popup locations (Right Side Popup style, Right Bottom and Left Bottom Side Popup Style, Left Side Popup Style). The only one im interested in at present is the Right Side Popup style. sticky-popup.css
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