• Resolved fastamir



    I have tried to make my header area sticky and I can’t do it….aaahhhrrr please help

    What I’d like is to keep the topbar (admin area) sticky and below this is the header where there is a logo and the main navigation.

    I have tried all combinations; maybe I am missing a trick

    I can provide admin access if you want but needed to know what I can do to get this area sticky. Need to try and do this over weekend. Please help and ask for anything else that needs to be provided.



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  • Plugin Contributor Senff


    I looked at your site but when I go to http://dev.socialsmartmedia.co.uk I’m getting a 404 error. Is there any public page I can look at?

    Hi Mark

    Thanks for thw quick response.

    Yeah sure….It was a holding page b4 launch – and urrr stupid me it was the wrong dev version-; SO SORRY.


    Unfortunately I resorted to trying some other plug-in (you can smile a little!!!) but same issues. I had to try something. One element only.

    All I am after is for the topbar and the header to be sticky (ha ALL – what an understatement!!!)

    Any advice would be great as need to get this sorted.

    If you want WP login details please let me know.



    Hey Mark

    Hope you are okay.
    Any thoughts on this?
    Is it possible to fix 2 elements using your solution?
    Can you please let me know.


    Plugin Contributor Senff


    Indeed, it is not possible to have 2 elements sticky by just using my plugin.

    If you want the entire header area to be sticky, then you can try setting .header-wrapper as the sticky element. Can you try and see if that works?

    Hey Mark

    Top Man.
    Works a treat.
    Respects on the advice; appreciated.
    Will deffo refer this to people.


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