On my home page ( https://www.burlingtoncountyna.org/ ), the Navigation Bar scrolls correctly up & down on any computer display...but on any cell phone, it will not scroll up & out of the way of the content below it (content which is very important).
Is there a code snippet that can be added to accommodate this?
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This is a Bootstrap site. Additional CSS media queries are rarely needed. Bootstrap handles that for you. The simplest way to solve the usability problem is to remove stickty-top class from the navbar.
I should also mention that your navbar code is incomplete. It should collapse into a hamburger icon on small devices.
<nav class="navbar navbar-expand-lg navbar-dark bg-dark">
<button class="navbar-toggler" type="button" data-toggle="collapse" data-target="#navbarSupportedContent" aria-controls="navbarSupportedContent" aria-expanded="false" aria-label="Toggle navigation">
thanx. It doesn't collapse, but it now scrolls correctly (up & out of the way so as to view the info below fully), thanx to your code.
Another quick question (which I'll probably post as a separate thread, but...): whenever I search for our site...the link does not come up. I know the site's been active long enough for the various search engine bots to discover it & log it...so what can I be doing wrong? Is it a question of entering keywords? Do I have to upload a meta file to each search engine?
SEO is a subject all it's own. But basically content is king. If your site pages contain plenty of keyword-rich content inside good semantic markup, you should be in good shape. Read the Google SEO starter Guide for greater insights on how to optimize your site rankings on SERPs.
I just checked your site on Google with www and non-www prefix.
The results are the same for both: 13 pages. That's a problem because you have duplicate content. You need to resolve to either www or non-www URL. And when you decide which one to be, submit your preferred URL to Google. Also tell your server to re-direct incoming traffic to the proper URL.