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    Spiros Doikas
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    When scrolling down, only in Firefox, the menu remains on the top of the page. I wonder why it does not work on the other browsers.

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  • Roman
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    #8748 |

    which browsers versions have you try?

    Spiros Doikas
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    #8750 |

    Google Chrome Version 31.0.1650.63 m
    FF 25
    Opera/9.80 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) Presto/2.12.388 Version/12.16

    Roman
    Keymaster
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    #8751 |

    You mean sticky header?

    Spiros Doikas
    Spectator
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    #8752 |

    Yes.

    Also, looks like there is a z-index issue in some cases, as with videos or even images
    http://www.siderman.gr/ena-tragoudi-gia-ton-orfea/5/ (try the menu Κείμενα using Chrome)

    2tkw.png

    Roman
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    #8755 |

    hm….tried exactly same chrome version 31.0.1650.63 m and the sticky header woks fine….weird…the menu is only overlapping in the IE…will fix that…

    Spiros Doikas
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    #8768 |

    Did you test the above page? Did you also check z-index (menu items going below video or image)?

    Just tested again with IE 11 and Chrome 31.0.1650.63 m – no sticky header. Same in Opera.

    Roman
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    #8772 |

    yes I tried in IE 9, same chrome version and Opera 12.16 . I had only problem with IE…it’s overlapping video..as you said

    Michael Gordon
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    #8778 |

    I am having a similar issue with it not working, but now my sticky header does not work in any browser.
    http://www.dbphoenixcriminallawyer.com/

    Any suggestions?

    Spiros Doikas
    Spectator
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    #8779 |

    Try enabling it. Theme options, header options, Sticky Header.

    Spiros Doikas
    Spectator
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    #8785 |

    In my case sticky header still only works with FF, tested in other PCs too.
    Also, menu overlap occurring with images too:

    http://www.siderman.gr/o-erotismos-stin-tehni/

    y28d.png

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