Navigation Scrolling Styles

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Sep 17, 2017 Sep 17, 2017

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I know how to make navigation bar stick to the top but now I want to add some style. I have two examples of other sites and I was wondering how I could replicate them in Muse.

The first is when you scroll down a line on the bottom of the navigation bar appears to define a seperation

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The second is when you scroll down the navigation bar disappears but when you scroll up it appears again

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LEGEND , Sep 17, 2017 Sep 17, 2017
the first one is a scroll effect... pretty basic imohttps://musewidgets.com/collections/tutorials the second one is custom coded and harder to make but still a type of scroll effect... I'd look around some of the 3rd party widget sites if I wanted to make this and didn't know what I was doing

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the first one is a scroll effect... pretty basic imo

https://musewidgets.com/collections/tutorials

the second one is custom coded and harder to make but still a type of scroll effect... I'd look around some of the 3rd party widget sites if I wanted to make this and didn't know what I was doing

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