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Complex navigation possible?

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Jul 03, 2017

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Hi there!

One question: Is it in Muse possible, to create this navigation:

http://www.metropole.ruhr/arbeiten/

The navigation is at the bottom of 100% vertical height at the start screen. If you scroll down the navigation scrolls as usual and stays fixed at the top.

Many thanks for your ideas or feedback!

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Correct answer by fotoroeder | Adobe Community Professional

There`s a "Header Page" widget from QooQee (free). Maybe you could try to play around with this?

As far as I understood, you create a "separate" landing page which is automatically full height no matter how tall the browser window.

Let us know, if you find a time leak .

Best Regards,

Uwe

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Complex navigation possible?

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Hi there!

One question: Is it in Muse possible, to create this navigation:

http://www.metropole.ruhr/arbeiten/

The navigation is at the bottom of 100% vertical height at the start screen. If you scroll down the navigation scrolls as usual and stays fixed at the top.

Many thanks for your ideas or feedback!

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Correct answer by fotoroeder | Adobe Community Professional

There`s a "Header Page" widget from QooQee (free). Maybe you could try to play around with this?

As far as I understood, you create a "separate" landing page which is automatically full height no matter how tall the browser window.

Let us know, if you find a time leak .

Best Regards,

Uwe

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You can do the location movement with scroll effects. set a start point for the movement in the "bottom" location and have it move at 100% screen rate after that. As far as the menu items moving to the center, you may need to build those as individual items - not using the menu widget. You could then move those with scroll effects as well.

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The difficulty is to let the menu start from the beginning at the bottom of the window, no matter how tall the screen size is.

Scroll effects are not the biggest problem, this is quite easy as brian704​ wrote.

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Yes, exactly. That's the problem. And I do not know how to solve this...

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There`s a "Header Page" widget from QooQee (free). Maybe you could try to play around with this?

As far as I understood, you create a "separate" landing page which is automatically full height no matter how tall the browser window.

Let us know, if you find a time leak .

Best Regards,

Uwe

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