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[Resolved] Sticky Menu and Scroll to Top Button

  • Dear Mr. Jenkins,

    Thank you very much for your recent support resolving my problems beautifully. I managed to resolve the remaining 2 requests myself, i.e., hover color and solid color after selection of current page. Here is my web in progress for your reference.

    Now, I need 2 more recipes from you, if I may,: (i) Sticky Menu, and (ii) Scroll to Top toggle at the Page bottom on the right. These 2 features will perfect your webdesign.

    Both feature are essential for a reader, because the web pages are bound to grow longer as the day goes by.

    In addition, could you please reduce the title font size for your mobile edition, like Twenty-Fourteen, making it more readable for mobile devices? I prefer your mobile theme, again for its simplicity and elegance.

    I must commend your design is most elegant, rivaling, even surpassing, mainstream media publications.
    Many thanks, again,

    Ken

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  • Theme Author Edward R. Jenkins
    Member

    @cardiganmedia

    Hi Ken,

    Adding a sticky menu to the top would be an overhaul that would require the creation of a child theme to edit the core files. NewsFrame is built on the Foundation framework which supports a top sticky-nav, so incorporating that wouldn’t be a tough job for a competent developer.

    The scroll to the top feature – a plugin can probably take care of that for you. Here’s one of many:

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/wpfront-scroll-top/

    It sounds like a good idea though, so I’ll probably add it to the list of updates to NewsFrame (there’s one coming in the next few days with some bug fixes/improvements).

    Dear Mr. Jenkins,

    Thank you very much for taking the time and efforts to address my concerns.

    I totally agree with you that a Scroll-to-Top feature will be sufficient to solve the problems. If NF is going to implement such feature, I will probably wait instead of jumping to a plug-in.

    I have set up a child theme for css and php to avoid potential conflicts with the parent updates.

    Also, may I remind that the title font for NF mobile edition should be reduced to, e.g., Twenty-Fourteen,making NF a much more well-rounded theme.

    Since my web is still under construction, I may encounter other issues in the near future. If you like, I may venture to share my under-construction web with you and see how we make your theme even better than many current mainstream media publications.

    I have every faith in your theme, as I have studied and compared with no less than 50 themes, before settling on your theme for my humble, emerging web.

    Fondly indebted,

    Ken

    Dear Mr. Jenkins,

    Thank you very much for your wonderful support.

    And I apologize for my belated thanks,

    Ken

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