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CSS

How to keep navbar stationary when scrolling, like on Treehouse?

You know how on Treehouse when you scroll, the navbar with the Home, Tracks, Community, etc. stays still while the rest of the page scrolls? I was wondering how you could establish that with CSS.

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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There's a few techniques for doing that, but perhaps the easiest is using the "position: fixed;" property.

That's covered in some of the CSS courses here. :wink:

Thx Steven, I'll check that out