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kremo5le 10-01-2012 06:33 PM

Sticky Menu: CSS Issue?
 
Hey guys,

On my under-construction site devDOTottercreativestudio.com I have added a menu that when scrolling down (try!) it sticks to the top. Functionality-wise, it is done. However, the background (orange) does not flush side-to-side and when you scroll down and it sticks, only the right hand side does it.

I am using the boilerplate responsive framework: http://www.getskeleton.com/

Any help will be appreciated, as usual. :p

johnMoss 10-02-2012 11:03 PM

Don't understand the question... The left side is stationary, is that what you are referring to as your menu?

kremo5le 10-02-2012 11:12 PM

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Originally Posted by johnMoss (Post 206449)
Don't understand the question... The left side is stationary, is that what you are referring to as your menu?

Thank you for looking into this! :p

The orange background of the menu is supposed to repeat x and it does not. :-?

domedia 10-03-2012 02:36 PM

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Originally Posted by kremo5le (Post 206451)
The orange background of the menu is supposed to repeat x and it does not. :-?

It is repeating, at least in Chrome. This is a simple and very much supported CSS property by all modern browsers.

kremo5le 10-03-2012 04:44 PM

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Originally Posted by domedia (Post 206462)
It is repeating, at least in Chrome. This is a simple and very much supported CSS property by all modern browsers.

I know! I design for a living. I just can't get passed this issue at the moment. I am looking for someone who can quickly look at the code of the site. :-D

I have checked on all major browsers, Mac and Windows, and it does not flush. See the image attached.

I know this is a simple thing but I am using a responsive layout and I know that's where the problem resides.

Thanks!

johnMoss 10-04-2012 12:38 AM

Wow... IE is really a mess. I couldn't even see the menu, its not there in IE 9. I see it now in chrome... I'll be back...

johnMoss 10-04-2012 01:02 AM

Line 42 in Dreamweaver, you have a div classed as "three columns sidebar".

Isn't that supposed to be "three.columns sidebar" ?

kremo5le 10-04-2012 01:03 AM

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Originally Posted by johnMoss (Post 206466)
Wow... IE is really a mess. I couldn't even see the menu, its not there in IE 9. I see it now in chrome... I'll be back...

Make sure you are on IE9. It works 100% on it. This website also passes V3C validation 100% and the code is clean and developed in the most efficient manner. It is my master piece!

Thanks for looking into it.

kremo5le 10-04-2012 01:05 AM

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Originally Posted by johnMoss (Post 206467)
Line 42 in Dreamweaver, you have a div classed as "three columns sidebar".

Isn't that supposed to be "three.columns sidebar" ?

I think you are looking at the splash page, not the actual development website:

devDOTottercreativestudioDOTcom

johnMoss 10-04-2012 03:52 AM

ah, you are correct. sorry, your first post i was following the live link...


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