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    I wonder if it would be possible to keep the entire menu (menus and logo at top of page), it’s own frame, where as it would remain at the top of page when scrolling down? Sorry if it’s been discussed already, but I hadn’t come across it. I think it would go well with my page if possible.




    You can easily modify the CSS to keep the navigation section at the top of the page.

    Add this to the end of style.css:

    #wrapper_head { position: fixed !important; }
    #wrapper_featured_area { padding-top: 80px !important; }

    Please don’t use an iFrame…



    Awesome, thanks! Agreed, much better approach than an iFrame.


    However, it would seem I’ll need to differentiate between the home page, and all other pages concerning the padding, as 80 cuts to close to my headline on the blog pages, but 100 gives an uneven space at the top of the slider on the home page. I’ll work on it.




    .home #wrapper_featured_area {
    padding-top: 80px !important;

    #wrapper_featured_area {
    padding-top: 100px !important;


    Thanks! the following combination finally worked for me:

    .home #wrapper_featured_area {

    padding-top: 86px !important;


    #wrapper_head { position: fixed !important; }

    #wrapper_featured_area { padding-top: 115px !important; }

    Still need to check it in IE, however it works for Safari and Firefox… those dimensions matched the original unedited template for some reason, and I did like the original spacing.


    Glad that we could help you :)

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