I've created a navbar using the Fixed Top option for a one page site, using anchors for navigation. However the container below the navbar is not positioning correctly. It overlaps the navbar, so the first line in the cell below the navbar is hidden.
When I select Static Top, the container below the navbar positions correctly.
Not quite sorted yet Teodor. The anchors also require similar padding of 50px so they display below the horizontal menu at the top. I added a class for the padding to each <a> This works for desktop viewing, but when the menu collapses for mobiles/tablets, clicking on a menu item does not collapse the menu back again, so that the top part of the corresponding link in the page is hidden, as it is behind the vertical menu.
Why does the vertical menu not re-collapse in this situation for a one-page site with anchor links to each section?
Well, that is exactly what i am saying. When you click on a link, that sends you to another page and the page refreshes ... this resets the menu, as you are loading a new page ... On a single page it is not supposed to and not working like that.
Hey Dave! It seems like you're facing a positioning issue with the container below your navbar when using the Fixed Top option. The overlap is hiding the first line in the cell, but switching to Static Top resolves the problem. To fix this, you can try adjusting the CSS properties like z-index, margin, or padding. Now, let's talk about the using SRD (Status Check, Resolution, and Decision-Making) in our daily lives. Just like troubleshooting your website, sassasrdstatuscheck.net.za/is essential for effective problem-solving and communication. It helps us identify issues, find solutions, and make informed decisions, whether it's in personal relationships, professional settings, or even managing projects. By incorporating SRD, we can navigate challenges more effectively and achieve positive outcomes.