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Align Navigation to bottom of browser until you scroll

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Hi there,

I am hoping to get some help with aligning my navigation bar to the bottom of the browser window until the user scrolls, then for it to become sticky at the top of the window. Here is an example:

Venamour

I currently have the nav scrolling and becoming sticky at top of browser using motion scroll effects, but I can't seem to find how to align it to bottom of browser to start with regardless of browser size.

Any tips for this would be much appreciated.

Thanks!

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loraw75356370  wrote

Hi Ussnorway,

I am building the site in Muse. Any thoughts on how to achieve this in Muse?

I have worked out the sticky top nav, I am just needing to align it to the bottom of the browser window now.

Thanks!

the website you posted was not made in Muse... Muse adds code to the site and i checked that.

still yes you can make such effects in Muse and there are different options for different types of site... if we assume desktop design then I'd start with scroll effects and this tutorial from Dani is one of the better ones around

Enhance your responsive site design |

however the current Muse build is busted and scroll effects don't work well on apples or at all on non-fixed sites so if you need this site to run on an ipad4 or you want 3rd party widgets then I'd install the 2017.0.4 (last stable)

p.s, will move this to Muse forum

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Align Navigation to bottom of browser until you scroll

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Hi there,

I am hoping to get some help with aligning my navigation bar to the bottom of the browser window until the user scrolls, then for it to become sticky at the top of the window. Here is an example:

Venamour

I currently have the nav scrolling and becoming sticky at top of browser using motion scroll effects, but I can't seem to find how to align it to bottom of browser to start with regardless of browser size.

Any tips for this would be much appreciated.

Thanks!

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loraw75356370  wrote

Hi Ussnorway,

I am building the site in Muse. Any thoughts on how to achieve this in Muse?

I have worked out the sticky top nav, I am just needing to align it to the bottom of the browser window now.

Thanks!

the website you posted was not made in Muse... Muse adds code to the site and i checked that.

still yes you can make such effects in Muse and there are different options for different types of site... if we assume desktop design then I'd start with scroll effects and this tutorial from Dani is one of the better ones around

Enhance your responsive site design |

however the current Muse build is busted and scroll effects don't work well on apples or at all on non-fixed sites so if you need this site to run on an ipad4 or you want 3rd party widgets then I'd install the 2017.0.4 (last stable)

p.s, will move this to Muse forum

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this site is not made with Muse so I assume you used Dreamweaver?

moved to Dreamweaver forum

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Hi Ussnorway,

I am building the site in Muse. Any thoughts on how to achieve this in Muse?

I have worked out the sticky top nav, I am just needing to align it to the bottom of the browser window now.

Thanks!

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loraw75356370  wrote

Hi Ussnorway,

I am building the site in Muse. Any thoughts on how to achieve this in Muse?

I have worked out the sticky top nav, I am just needing to align it to the bottom of the browser window now.

Thanks!

the website you posted was not made in Muse... Muse adds code to the site and i checked that.

still yes you can make such effects in Muse and there are different options for different types of site... if we assume desktop design then I'd start with scroll effects and this tutorial from Dani is one of the better ones around

Enhance your responsive site design |

however the current Muse build is busted and scroll effects don't work well on apples or at all on non-fixed sites so if you need this site to run on an ipad4 or you want 3rd party widgets then I'd install the 2017.0.4 (last stable)

p.s, will move this to Muse forum

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Have a look at How To Create a Sticky Navbar


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Thanks for the link Ben! I will be needing to acheive this in Muse.

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