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    Great theme! I’m modifying it not to fit my need and notice a little glitch when scrolling down and the menu get fixed, the below content also jumps up a bit. I assume this has something do with the positioning getting fixed of the menu and the margin on main then getting set differently.

    I first though I had messed something up but then notice the same thing happens on your demo site so thats the way the default theme is. Don’t know if this is intentionally but I would like to get rid of this.

    Can you please point me in the right direction?

    Thank in advance.


    Hi andreasH8!

    Can you post a screenshot or screencast showing the issue so we can make sure that we understand it? Which browser and OS are you using?



    Hi Yigit,

    Using windows and It is present in all browsers, firefox, IE, opera, safari and chrome. Lets see if I can describe it better, it is present in the demo version: http://kriesi.at/themes/replete/

    Scroll down until the menu is a few pixels from the top of the page, the slider is still below the menu, about 40 pixels from the page top. But when you scroll so the menu becomes fixed at the top, the slider and all elements below it jumps up 40px to the top of the page with the menu overlaying.

    Please see this split screen:

    …on the left the menu is about 2 pixels from the top, on the right is when the menu just has become fixed, then it has moved about 2px but the rest of the elements has jumped up about 40px.

    Haven’t manage to fix it yet. This assuming this isn’t attentional or my computer spooking around, but as it is the same in all browsers I would be surprised if it were.




    Thank you for the screenshot.

    I’m sorry but we can’t reproduce the same issue and this is the first time this has been reported. Maybe an extension on your browser or your computer configuration. Have you tried it on another computer? I’ll ask the rest of the support team. Maybe they can reproduce the issue on their end.

    Best regards,

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