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[For 1.8] Revolution gaming [Dark theme] 1.8.7
#51
One final question, Andrew; Trying to make the topnav sticky, but using jQuery.Sticky or just plain old position: fixed; in CSS messes up the header layout slightly; Sticky places the menu above the upper edge of the header, which makes it look odd as the Generic Battlefield ® Soldier Guy (and consequently whatever I replace him with) has his head cut off at the top of the image, and position: fixed; shoves the menu down and cuts off the header. I'm a bit of a noob to the finer points of CSS, so excuse the dumb question.
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#52
You want the semi transparent menu with a fixed position only?


Position: fixed;  works normal here for me, can i see it on your site or an image what you mean.


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#53
(2014-11-05, 10:05 PM)iAndrew Wrote: You want the semi transparent menu with a fixed position only?

Essentially yes; I've done it on my current theme and fixed the layout issues with padding but the semi-transparent menu in your theme is a bit more complex CSS-wise.
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#54
Do you have a link for your site? I don't see it on ZEJ so can't see where the problem is.
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#55
(2014-11-05, 10:17 PM)iAndrew Wrote: Do you have a link for your site? I don't see it ZEJ so can't see where the problem is.

I'm integrating my plugins locally before uploading so it's being done on localhost, however if needed I can post my modified templates.
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#56
I can't see where the problem is by looking at the code so no point, can you not take a screen shot of your desktop?
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#57
(2014-11-05, 10:24 PM)iAndrew Wrote: I can't see where the problem is by looking at the code so no point,  can you not take a screen shot of your desktop?

That I can do.

position: fixed; -> http://upurs.us/image/61814.png
$("#stickynav").sticky(); -> http://upurs.us/image/61815.png

Of course, this isn't what I'm looking for. I'm looking to have it initially in the same position as the screenshots on the theme's mods page, but follow the user when they scroll.
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#58
On my site when i use position: fixed on the menu class it follows as normal. without any problems anywhere.

Also does this work for you? $("#stickynav").sticky();

If it does, you could always change the height of the header image so it's the same as default revo size.
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#59
can you give me the font to edit logo psd?
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#60
(2014-11-11, 11:15 PM)Supryk Wrote: can you give me the font to edit logo psd?

Air Millhouse Italic
http://dl.1001fonts.com/air-millhouse.zip
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