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I already know how to make my navigation sticky - thanks to this forum. Now I'd like to make a sidebar widget sticky, such that it "floats" and remains in view when the user scrolls up. You can view this effect here:
Jacob King Blog [scrolll up and the subscription field remains visible]
I'm aware there exists a plugin to do this: q2w3-fixed-widget
But I'd like to do it in a custom code sorta way. Anybody have a tip? Thanks.
Hey, mind sharing the post about making navigation sticky?
There are several that I've filed away:
PS: I used Sridhar Katakam's method (the first in the list above).
This may be a bit off subject, but here's another resource I found really handy. It's a way to make your logo responsive, i.e. a way to have 4 different logo sizes ready to go and have them called up responsively. The Gensis plugin for responsive logo doesn't yet work for the HTML 5 themes.
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