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Sounds like the items just need resizing at the 1024px breakpoint. Maybe adjust the padding or margins on the text links or list items. Not sure how you have done it without looking at the project. Regards
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Phil Dias wrote:
Sounds like the items just need resizing at the 1024px breakpoint. Maybe adjust the padding or margins on the text links or list items. Not sure how you have done it without looking at the project. Regards


Already done thanks Phil

my mistake I put the MAX width of 1200px in the MIN width box by mistake. Maybe my eyes are getting too tired:D

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You must have been working day and night on this thing, pluss all the other tasks spinning in your environment, so no wonder that your eyes are getting tired. :) Get some rest!
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Wayan Jaya wrote:
give the row for the sticky thingy the z index 100 (don't know where Inger gets it doesn't work with sticky from)
check it out at
https://tester.sdv3tutorials.com


We may be using different approaches, Wayan. My suggestion won't work with a navbar that has a z-index.

Oh, and I'm late to the party today, been on the roof snow clearing, so your sub-domain 'tester' was empty when I wanted to take a look...
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Inger wrote:
Wayan Jaya wrote:
give the row for the sticky thingy the z index 100 (don't know where Inger gets it doesn't work with sticky from)
check it out at
https://tester.sdv3tutorials.com


We may be using different approaches, Wayan. My suggestion won't work with a navbar that has a z-index.

Oh, and I'm late to the party today, been on the roof snow clearing, so your sub-domain 'tester' was empty when I wanted to take a look...


Hi Inger,
Yes the subdomain is empty as I don't want the bots to start indexing it,

Everything is hunky dory now, I didn't know there were two (or more) ways to do "sticky" but the way I did it the z index for the element that is given the sticky position (in this case the row) can be given a z index. The initial problem was that without the stuff for the slider content, I couldn't tell if the slider was going under or over the nav bar, looked from here like it was going under but once I got the content for the slider (images) It was clear that the z index was needed.

Hope you dot the snow cleared ok, It hasn't stopped raining here since wee arrives, but we have managed to repair the major leak on the roof, still 3 more to do, and the repair to the wall that looks like it about to fall over, hasn't been started as yet, but the alterations to the internal walls & the building of my workroom (office) is well underway. Yesterday we were without electric most of the day (even with our higher power supply, it's still unreliable.

Take care and thanks for that tip about "wetransfer.com", it suits me just fine and works a treat
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I've got plenty of more snow to go. I have a 'all-on-one-floor' house of about 130 sq.metres, garage included, and the roof covers it all, of course. And it's only me working. a bit tough on my back...
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Inger wrote:
I've got plenty of more snow to go. I have a 'all-on-one-floor' house of about 130 sq.metres, garage included, and the roof covers it all, of course. And it's only me working. a bit tough on my back...


I remember it well, although 30 years probably more since I saw snow (other than the stuff in the freezer that sometimes accumulates) let alone clear it
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Wayan,

Hi. I set dimensions as you suggested and republished, but still does not show full menu at the 1024 break-point.
I used the inspector and selected the row the nav bar is in. Went to the dimensions section of the design pane and made the changes. What do you think I am doing wrong?
Attached a screenshot of the dimensions section.
Thanks.
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Galen Garretson wrote:
Wayan,

Hi. I set dimensions as you suggested and republished, but still does not show full menu at the 1024 break-point.
I used the inspector and selected the row the nav bar is in. Went to the dimensions section of the design pane and made the changes. What do you think I am doing wrong?
Attached a screenshot of the dimensions section.
Thanks.


ignore the first email I just sent you with an attachment I sent the wrong one

use the second email with an attachment

All the containers 9etc needed widths adjusting as they had been given widths in pixels
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