Great plugin I have seen it in action,the demo and read the txt. file
I seem to be missing something. I inspected the header element that im trying to fix and tried different Id's, and classes with no luck.
I had a look at your site and in the console it said:
"#masthead" element not found, please check Sticky Element plugin settings
So I think you want to change that to #header and it should work.
I had the splash screen on while working on the site.
I did however try #header with no luck. FF developer console has the element as:
header#masthead.siteheader and the same in Firebug.
How can I get this to work?
Can you please link me to a page that is using it so I can take a look?
I just had a look and it seems you've got it working now, assuming you wanted the top nave to stay in place, let me know if you're ok :)
Its not working when I look at it. If I scroll the page the header does not stay at the top while everything else moves.
I refreshed the page and cleared my browser still no luck.
However you say it works when you look at it?
Here's a screenshot of what I see in Chrome at 1280x800 window size after scrolling down: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/17597312/HireDad.com%20-%20American%20SAHD%20Freelancers.png
i.e. the nav sticks to the top (and is pushed up when the footer hits).
Still FF will not work. However it does work in Chrome! :)
I also checked it on my mobile browsers (Chrome, FF, Dolphin,) and default for Android 4.1.2. with no luck.
Is there a premium version of your plugin?
Thanks again Youdaman great plugin
So I deleted the last plugin to get it back in Chrome.
Now I just have to figure what plugin is stopping it in FF.
Well that's annoying -- seems there is a bug in Firefox.
It _should_ work. The CSS tells that element to have position:fixed and sets top:0 and also the width... so the solution would be to find out why Firefox doesn't work while the other browsers do.
My guess is there is an extra step I need to add with the CSS, like for the parent element or something like that.
I'll try to work it out but I'm sorry if I can't come up with something.
I looked at my own site in Firefox and it seems to work fine:
So my only guess with your site is that the structure of the HTML/CSS doesn't play well with my plugin. Possibly due to other JS on the page that manipulates things like the big photo/slider thing, or not, I'm not sure.
Again I'll try to see if I can work out the problem, but apologies if I cannot.
I'm guessing things worked out but if not feel free to open another support issue :)
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