Support » Plugin: Sticky Menu & Sticky Header » How to make one of my element stick?

  • I created my wordpress site on elementor and I want the element below my header to stick. What is the identifier that I need to use to tell the sticky plugin to stick?

    I know if I do header, header stick but what is the name of the element below it? It was created using elementor so idk what its called?

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  • Thread Starter ithelps

    (@ithelps)

    I basically want this element I created: https://gyazo.com/b1dff741528d42488be997918e6e98fa to stick when scrolling.

    I added the class as subnav and in sticky setting i did .subnav and it was working but now its not working after i added a mobile element and also did subnav. Or am i suppose to put the css class as something else for these elements that i create in elementor?

    Thread Starter ithelps

    (@ithelps)

    so it seems like when i do subnav only for my desktop element, it works. But when i add subnav as the class to my mobile element, it doesn twork. Is there any way you can make all element that has a subnav css class stick? It seems to only work with one element at a time.

    Hi, thanks for trying my plugin. 🙂

    In order to be able to tell you which identifier to use, I’d need to see your site in action. Any chance you can share a link?

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