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Hide header/subheader until user starts scrolling

edited November 2017 in Menu / Mega menu

I've found a few other posts asking for this information, but the provided solution did not work. Namely, to use CSS, 

#Top_bar:not(.is-sticky) .menu_wrapper { display: none !important; }

Also, I only want this effect on one particular page. Currently I am doing this on a staging site. I can PM you the URL of that. Although I'll also need solution for live site (if solution is not the same).


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  • Yes, I've tried this. As mentioned, it didn't work.

    For some reason what it does is hide the main navigation in the header, but not the header itself. I'd really like to find a solution this, as we don't want the header displaying on mobile devices until the screen is scrolled a certain number of pixels.
  • Okay. It was hiding just the menu because I had the wrong class in there (.menu_wrapper). I've change the class and got it to hide.

    Is there a way to change the number of pixels screen must be scrolled before sticky menu appears?
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