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subgrid row position: fixed

Works but only when previewed within RSD !



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Chris wrote:
subgrid row position: fixed

Works but only when previewed within RSD !




Just tested that here and it worked for me when I uploaded. Check to make sure you did indeed upload all changes after you applied "fixed".

If you still have problems, posting a link to your website and your project file is very, very, very helpful.... ;)
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Yes, that was what I did, and it also works for me in a browser when exported. But in this case the background of that subgrid row has to be given a contrasting colour, otherwise you won't see the menu on a white background.
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Inger, Norway
My new honey site, built with RFF: http://www.eikweb.com/horgenhonning/
Component sharing for RFF, RBB, RSD and SD: http://www.eikweb.com/sharing/


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Oh, and the subgrid row needs a z-index.
Ha en riktig god dag!
Inger, Norway
My new honey site, built with RFF: http://www.eikweb.com/horgenhonning/
Component sharing for RFF, RBB, RSD and SD: http://www.eikweb.com/sharing/


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Inger wrote:
The theme is very nice, but it lacks one thing: a fixed menu.
With the one-page parallax sites, it is a pain in the whatsit having to scroll up to the top every time you want to quickly navigate to a different section of the page. With a fixed menu sticking to the top of the browser window, it will be much easier.

Is this what you meant?

I posted this on another thread. I made the one-page site into four separate pages. I kept the top menu design pretty much the way it was before, but removed "Reviews" and made it part of the home page. "Reviews" actually has the address of the establishment. The "Coast" button goes to the home page same as the first menu entry. I removed "About This Design" too. Also, I removed the bottom menu. I removed the hidden menu on small screens which only had three entries in it.

I did all this as an exercise and a learning attempt in using RSD.

I think the modified site actually looks better on mobile devices than on a large screen.

Here's the modified site: http://toms-site.coffeecup.com/The Coast Modified

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