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Sarah Jee Watson
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Sarah Jee Watson
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Changes to Nav on Scroll

So the current nav stays in the window when scrolling, which is fine except I need to change the styling of it. I added a new class to the nav when the user scrolls down 100px

<! Change Nav class on scroll -->   

        jQuery(window).scroll(function() {    
    var scroll = jQuery(window).scrollTop();

    if (scroll >= 400) {

        jQuery("#navbar").addClass("scrolled navbar-static-top");
    } else {

This works fine, except the 'new' nav appears inside the container. How can I make this full width?

Crazy idea? I'm actually using 2 headers - one on the home page and one everywhere else. Could I swap out header1.php for header2.php in place of .addClass??!

1 Answer

Hi Sarah,

You could just make 2 separate header files can call them with the correct templates.

get_header ('home');


files would be named: header-home.php header-sub.php

You could also set this all up to use conditionals based on the page and pull them that way as well.


As far as making it full width. You just need to move the nav outside of the container it is in.