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Hi guys,

A client of ours is keen on a 1 page responsive site.

Similar to below.
http://www.templategarden.com/preview/tempo/

So it will just be one page - but the navigation anchors to certain points of the site that they want.

Do you know if there's a way to do this via RSD? As it seems to have a transition attached to it somehow.

Any direction you guys can give me - would be very appreciated!
-A.
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This theme is already setup that way.
http://www.coffeecup.com/help/articles/take-30/#rsd
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User 2693187 Photo


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Awesome - thank you!

But how do you give it that bouncy effect - if that makes sense - it's like a transition?

-A.
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Keep in mind, you'll need some padding above your anchors so the content doesn't go under the fixed header area (where the nav bar is) when a link is clicked.

So, if the header is 6ems/rems tall, you'll want to put 7 to 8ems/rems padding on the section anchors:
#about-us, #contact, #services { padding-top="7ems"; } <whatever your sections are
This will allow a little space between the header and the section content.

Starting with a template is a good way to get a grip on alternating backgrounds and parallax effects. :D
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paintbrush wrote:
Keep in mind, you'll need some padding above your anchors so the content doesn't go under the fixed header area (where the nav bar is) when a link is clicked.

So, if the header is 6ems/rems tall, you'll want to put 7 to 8ems/rems padding on the section anchors:
#about-us, #contact, #services { padding-top="7ems"; } <whatever your sections are
This will allow a little space between the header and the section content.


paintbrush do you always work in ems? if so that's interesting mate.
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I usually use REMs and percentages, viewport width/height, sometimes pixels.
I prefer REMs over Ems to avoid cascade/inheritance issues.

Adam, what do you mean by this : "But how do you give it that bouncy effect "?
Is it the transition of the header at scroll?
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