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    jhguynn
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    Can anyone point me to a good tutorial for making the top level navigation of a Genesis / Studiopress theme fixed? I.e., scroll up or down, and the navigation remains fixed at the top of your screen. For an illustration of what I mean, take a look at the ‘soon-to-be-released’ Magazine Pro theme: http://demo.studiopress.com/magazine-pro/. Many thanks.

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    Erin Ulrich
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    #85234

    jhguynn
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    Thanks, Erin…but:

    Hmmm…I applied all the steps from the tutorial mentioned above (for site-wide sticky primary nav) to Enterprise Pro theme. i.e. I added

    (1) the code provided to functions.php,
    (2) the javascript code provided (saved as sticky-nav.js) to the js folder
    (3) the css code provided to style.css.

    Bummer. Doesn’t seem to work. FYI: I’m doing this on localhost (which shouldn’t matter). Any tricks I’m missing?

    Brad Dalton: do you have a Blog post re: sticky nav?

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    Erin Ulrich
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    It’s hard to say since I can’t see your site. The code should work. There are additional links at the bottom of that post. Perhaps one of those would prove helpful?


    Erin Ulrich | Design by Insight | @erinulrich

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