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Hey guys just styling a site up and came across a problem, sort of hard to explain but its probably better to show you….
And I know there is a lot of problems with the site, im working on it…
hope that explains it, All help appreciated as usual!
Thank you, Luke.
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If you give .topbar-extension, .topbar, .logo a z-index of 1, it’ll stay on top of the scrolling container no matter what.
I don’t see the blue bar on the page that you showed in the picture. You could do something like
border-bottom: 1px solid blue;
@kevin11189 thanks for the response, although that’s not what I meant, I want the images to scroll under the blue line as such rather than under the top bar.
I can photoshop an image up quickly to explain if that would help explain it ?
@kevin11189 I think the blue line is in comparison to the ruler..he doesn’t want it to go further than the top of the ruler..I did this:
^^extended your background to reach the ruler, then filled the rest in white, and it worked fine, but I would also take @kevin11189‘s advice with the z-index as well, I was getting the div’s to float above your header when hovering over them.
That fixed it no problem!
Appreciate it a lot guys!
Ah, didn’t fully understand what you meant. Thanks @ChrisP for clarifying. Glad you got it figured out!
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