Support » Plugin: Sticky Menu (or Anything!) on Scroll » Only one part of the menu sticks

  • On my main menu, I have on the left my logo, in the center the menu texts, and on the right a Social Menu.

    However, when I scroll down, only the center remains, and the problem is that not only the logo and the social medias do not scroll down, but also the menu scrolls down as a “box”.

    What I mean by that is that the object descending does not take the full width of the page, so it looks like just a box is going down.

    Right now the site has a page to deny access because it’s under construction but I can temporarily remove it if needed.

    Thanks for your help

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • I can’t help you more specifcally more than tell you that this plugin only takes an HTML element tag (specified by the id or class or element in the settings) and makes that “sticky”. It won’t resize it and it won’t make any other element tags “sticky”. The problem you have if I understand you correctly is that you want all three parts to be a “sticky” header and you have probably only specified the navigation part. I have only looked at a few different themes for wordpress since I start using it (more of a DIY personally but when creating for other companies it’s a good CMS to use) and all of them have had a header tag (<header>[some content]</header>) with an id of header (<header id=”header”>[some content]</header>). What it is in your case I can’t say without looking at the site but you could probably just use “#header” or “header” (without the quotes ofc) and it will work as you intended (as I said, that’s what I think your intention were). Hope you got some help and please report back with the result. It’s nice to hear if I could help you or not.

    Plugin Author Mark Senff

    (@senff)

    Hi, thanks for trying my plugin. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Right now the site has a page to deny access because itโ€™s under construction but I can temporarily remove it if needed.

    Indeed, in order for me to be able to see what might be the issue, I will need to see the site itself.

    You can install a plugin to hide your site behind a password (I usually use a plugin that sets a password on the entire site (such as Password Protected) and send me the address/password to marksenff at Gmail.

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