Stationary header like in the Nova...

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I can see Ahaa.moment from your face expression in your picture Michael. You got the ahaa moment right in that picture already. :)

Michael do not limit yourself with this themes those are just guide line. Go with coffeegrinder Famework within rlm and where you can't do much then expand the possibilties with HTML editor
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Another Ahaa moment down!
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Yes, and the puppet on the workbench is having the same Ahaa moment as well apparently! :D

Yes, Mansour, I am mainly studying the themes to learn the nuances of RLM and how best to use the program.

I am slowly but surely learning what all needs to happen in RLM and then later what all can be done in the HTML editor. When I first started with all this, I had been pretty timid about making changes to my exported pages, afraid I am going to mess up the nice responsive code that's been generated. :P

I plan on getting more time in on the tutorials later this week and then having some more way cool 'Ahaa' moments! ;) I want to learn as much as I can by doing (and asking a few questions along the way), and get some good practice in before I officially start the rebuild on my website (change it over to a responsive site and create a fresh look to it while I'm at it).

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If you need your HTML header/ navigation stay on top, use following example in your css document and off course the value could be anything else.

position: fixed;
it's the code that makes thing to be fixed.

.header{
position: fixed;
left: 0px;
width: 100%;
background: #00CED1;
}


.navigation {
position: fixed;
width: 100%;
background: #00CED1;
}

Example for footer
.footer {
position: fixed;
left: 0px;
bottom: 0px;
width: 100%;
height: 150px;
background: #00CED1;
}
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Have look at a sample at following link:

With Footer and Navigation Position Fixed

http://www.feizsite.com/CoffeeCup/rlm/fixed/index.html
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Thanks Mansour for the additional information! I will be trying that for sure. Thanks for letting me know how I can do this, after I export my RLM page(s).

You guys are great!

Thanks to all who contributed to answering my questions!!

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So in the Nova responsive example template, the navbar-fixed-top becomes "un-fixed" at around 978 pixels width... which is probably a good idea sense it would take up too much space at mobile size :D but I'd still like to know where this change is entered - in the css manually or is there a property setting ? Also... does RLM have a built in way to replace the navbar at a break point with a menu tab that will "pull in" the full menu when touched...? I imagine this has been covered but I didn't have any luck searching it out... Thanks.
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So in the Nova responsive example template, the navbar-fixed-top becomes "un-fixed" at around 978 pixels width... which is probably a good idea sense it would take up too much space at mobile size :D but I'd still like to know where this change is entered - in the css manually or is there a property setting ?

Yes this is done with bootstrap.

Also... does RLM have a built in way to replace the navbar at a break point with a menu tab that will "pull in" the full menu when touched...? I imagine this has been covered but I didn't have any luck searching it out... Thanks.

These settings will be adjusted in your Menu Builder menu and not rlmp. If you don't already have it I would get it as its the perfect program to change nav menu's into mobile menu's.

You can find more information about this software here: http://www.coffeecup.com/menu-builder/

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Steve - I use menu-builder a bunch, but I wasn't aware of this functionality. I'll look into it. In this particular case, I was hoping just to edit the menu that was already in the Nova example, as all I needed were 4 links. I did notice the navbar settings in the bootstrap2.css... I was just hoping there might be an adjustable property... maybe in an update. :P
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Gary Phillips wrote:
Steve - I use menu-builder a bunch, but I wasn't aware of this functionality. I'll look into it. In this particular case, I was hoping just to edit the menu that was already in the Nova example, as all I needed were 4 links. I did notice the navbar settings in the bootstrap2.css... I was just hoping there might be an adjustable property... maybe in an update. :P


Everything is adjustable in the CSS once you export the project.

This would not be something we would do in an update to the program. :P

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