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My clients would like to make the menu/header sticky (similar to the Altitude Pro) on this website I am building for them. Not as familiar with this theme, so I'm not sure how to achieve this via CSS. And I really want to avoid using a plugin.
Add position: fixed; to the menu's CSS. You'll probably have to adjust the site-inner top margin to compensate since the menu will float above the other page content. Site-inner will move up under the menu.
Thanks for responding. I had tried changing 'position: fixed;' to the .site-header and when I do, the title area and widget menu area collapse to the left side of the website. Any other advice?
To clarify - I want both the logo and menu to stay static. Even on mobile. When I try applying it to the title-area and the widget individually the logo disappears even when I put positions...
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