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Trying to recreate sticky navbar from 1.1.x in 2.0


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Hi,

 

DMS 2.0 looks great. Thanks. A few visual changes to my site that I'd hoped wouldn't have occurred, but with such an overhaul it wasn't completely unexpected.

 

Few problems I'm running into with the new sticky navbar.

 

I want my navbar to look like this again:

https://app.box.com/s/b553oabazx9acabv2l65

- Ending at the sides of the content wrapper and not the sides of the browser window.

- and the background image again running fully to the top.

 

The situation in 2.0 looks like this:

www.janpeeters.nl

 

How can I achieve this?

 

Second:

When I remove the DMS2 logo from the navbar I'd expect that my site-title would show up again like in 1.1.8, but that space stays empty. I've tried various things in settings but couldn't reproduce it. Is this not ported yet from 1.1.8 or am I doing something wrong?

 

I've researched both 'issues' with Chrome devtools but couldn't find a solution myself.

FYI I have no experience with hooks. 

 

Thanks for helping out,

Jan

 

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Can you show me a screenshot of your issue is please, as I am not sure what you're referring to when you mention white, white what ? Also, I recommend you remove all custom CSS, just to make sure this isn't interfering.

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Hi Danny, i can imagine that with all the hectic of the introduction of dms2 you don't have much time to read further back in a thread but I clearly wrote:

 

Strangely enough all my text in my navbar was white on a white background. Could be a bug, i didn't find anything in my custom CSS that could make the text of the navbar white. And I had to add some code to make the sides transparent. But all is good now.

 

Here is a screenshot for my site www.janpeeters.nl without custom CSS:

https://app.box.com/shared/pl72kb9kidqgl6fu3191

 

With all custom CSS active except the navbar alterations:

http://www.box.com/shared/3590ev1g185ua995bvr3

 

And with all custom CSS active:

https://app.box.com/shared/xu9fg1z2mzwjbhd47nbn

 

As you can see I have the background theme set to 'no background' still the white extends to the sides of the browser window.

And the white text is clearly visible.

 

Hope this clarifies it.

 

Best, Jan

 

PS: and FYI, deactivating custom CSS and plugins are the first thing I do when things malfunction.

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What are your Site Base Colors configured to in Color & BG ?

 

What happens when you set the Background to Black Background white text ?

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Hi Danny, think it's a bug that the text is not black on a white background. I tried it in a clean install with the same results. Maybe you could try yourself to see if it happens with you too. Take the boxed layout.

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From your image you have selected Black Black white text, you should have select something with Dark Black text?

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Just followed your instructions. See previous post. Didn't think for myself :-) Will try other option later.

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Hi Danny,

 

Strangely enough changing background theme to White Background, Black Text gives the same result also with custom CSS off:

http://www.box.com/shared/5r11ycruqybd57uklsoo

 

Please test this to see if you have the same results. The edit pop-out also doesn't work in the fixed area in boxed mode so maybe more is bugged.

 

Thanks, Jan

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