Support » Plugin: Sticky Menu & Sticky Header » Header inherits sticky header CSS

  • Resolved rrgraham

    (@rrgraham)


    We use CSS to style and ultimately condense our header when scroll is initiated and it becomes sticky, but lately, the #site-header is inheriting that styling before the scrolling begins. Basically, we have a skinny header from the outset and a lot of white space between it and the #site-content.

    Unfortunately, we’ve had to turn the plugin off because of UX, so I hope I explained this well enough.

    Thanks.

    • This topic was modified 7 months ago by rrgraham. Reason: to add the site URL

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  • Plugin Author WebFactory

    (@webfactory)

    I checked your site and everything seems to be functioning properly. On load, the top bar is visible and the header is big. Once the scrolling starts topbar is hidden, the header gets smaller and stays sticky.

    Thread Starter rrgraham

    (@rrgraham)

    Yes, I messed with the styles a little bit and moved it down slightly and that seems to get it to work. I’m not sure why that fixed it or what made it turn that way in the first place. I do appreciate you looking into it and I will message again if we have another issue. I would hate to have to uninstall the plugin.

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