Support » Theme: Responsive » Add header to tinynav?

  • Resolved creeser

    (@creeser)


    Hi Emil,

    Thank you for this wonderful theme. I’m using it as a base for several sites I’m working on.

    One of my clients wants a header above the tinynav. I noticed in your “responsive-scripts.js” you have “header” set to false. I tried changing it to “header: true”, but it isn’t working. Any suggestions?

    And a final question – my client is having some discussion of adding an “opt out” for the responsive design. I’m seeing a lot of discussion on this in several forums. Some people would rather click and zoom than scroll. Do you have any plans for adding something like this?

    Thanks again!

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  • Emil Uzelac

    (@emiluzelac)

    Theme Review Admin

    Hi creeser,

    I definitely taught about it, but not sure if there’s huge need for that. I personally see that as unnecessary just because Theme’s nature is to be Responsive 🙂 And it would not hurt to have it, that’s for sure.

    As far as the header, please see this: https://github.com/viljamis/TinyNav.js/blob/master/demo.html

    // TinyNav.js 2
          $('#nav2').tinyNav({
            header: 'Navigation' // Writing any title with this option triggers the header
          });

    Thanks,
    Emil

    WeirdMike

    (@splendidangst)

    Where does that code go exactly? I’m finding the same line of code and no one says where to put but instead just to add “this”.

    @splendidangst – this thread is outdated and already marked resolved. You can find help for Responsive theme here:

    Responsive

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