Sticky Page Navigation in Powerful Addons

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Published on Oct 20, 2015

There are times when certain pages on you site have a lot of content, making it hard for viewers to navigate through the page. To make things easier for your viewers you could create a "sticky" navigation bar that automatically scrolls the page to each section of content.

In this lesson we'll teach you how to create a sticky navigation bar using the Rails stack. We'll go in-depth on how to structure your content, how to customise the navigation, and add some custom CSS along the way. Enjoy!

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Nicely done. Makes it look so easy! Would love to see more in this series!

Written by JCarson 1 year ago

Glad you enjoyed the video :) I'll be adding more videos to this series very soon!

Written by bencounsell 1 year ago

I don't think Nick could have explained his Rails Stack any better ;) Very nice presentation with some custom icons, css & mods to the default stack.

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