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Discussion in 'Templates' started by christoph, May 25, 2016.

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  1. christoph

    christoph Member

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    How was the nav bar done..it pins responsively but at the same time retains the original pin properties to keep it at the top of the page ?
     
  2. DjHerold

    DjHerold Moderator Staff Member Advisory Group

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    christoph, the two items at the top of the page (logo and nav) are using scroll effects.
    Open your scroll effects panel in Muse. You'll see that they are set to scroll up when the user scrolls 35px and then stops and remain fixed.
    You'll also see that the Nav bar scrolls up the same but is set to scroll sideways also.
    Hope this helps
    Dj
     
  3. christoph

    christoph Member

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    I would try scroll affects but I have multiple breakpoints for the website so it wont allow it
     
  4. Jeremei

    Jeremei Well-Known Member

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    Christoph!
    You cannot use scroll effects with a Fluid Width project "Responsive", however you can still change it to "Fixed Width" when you start a new project and that will give you the Scroll Effects option back.
     

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