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RH2019 > Output > Skins > Orange > Home Page> Top Section > container formatting

Engaged ,
Sep 24, 2019

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RoboHelp 2019 - Frameless output

 

Is there a setting or config option that will force the top section container (horizontal bar with logo, title, home page icon, name, and search box) to "stick" (that is, remain fixed) at the top of the browser when help users scroll down the home page? For example, the TOC tiles and any topic that I might also configure on the bottom of the home page would scroll up behind/under the bottom of this section. 

 

I have the same question as it relates then to the "topic page" and its "header" section for the same skin.

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RH2019 > Output > Skins > Orange > Home Page> Top Section > container formatting

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RoboHelp 2019 - Frameless output

 

Is there a setting or config option that will force the top section container (horizontal bar with logo, title, home page icon, name, and search box) to "stick" (that is, remain fixed) at the top of the browser when help users scroll down the home page? For example, the TOC tiles and any topic that I might also configure on the bottom of the home page would scroll up behind/under the bottom of this section. 

 

I have the same question as it relates then to the "topic page" and its "header" section for the same skin.

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Sep 25, 2019

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I am not sure here but to the best of my knowledge it's not a setting. The frameless skins are made up of div tags as explained in the RoboHelp Reimagined sample project. I think it is a matter of editing the div tags so that they don't scroll. I can't help you with that.

 

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Peter, I appreciate the response. I thought setting the top section container's "position" to "absolute" and then setting the TOC tile container's "position" to "sticky" or "static" might accomplish the behavior I'm looking for, but no-go. I'll keep playing around with it and try a little more digging into positions and layouts. Thank you.

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