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    Hi folks – had a good dig around and can’t find a solution to this.
    Is it possible to recreate the header area of: https://www.apple.com/uk/iphone-xr/
    Specifically, when you scroll up a page, the main nav bar disappears, and you’re left with a sub-brand nav bar stuck, with a sub-brand logo on the left (nav on the right would be a bonus). It’s the sticky sub-brand logo element my client is really after.
    I’d need a different sub-brand logo defined for each of our four main pages.

    Thanks in advance!


    Hey Mark,

    It’s not exactly the same, but you could try the full width sub menu element out.

    Best regards,


    Hmmm – I did take a look.
    If there’s a way of adding an image to that sub menu – that would be awesome.
    It seems https://wordpress.org/plugins/menu-image/ doesn’t work – I did give it a try.
    If anyone knows of a way of adding an image / logo to the first position of a sub menu – I’d be delighted!



    Hi Mark,

    I think that’s possible via Quick CSS.
    However we would need a link to your site and link of the image you’d like to use.
    You can post the links in private content, if you only want it to be visible to the moderators only.

    Best regards,

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