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Hide the top-bar menu but keep the Sticky menu visible

Hi Be|theme.

I was wondering if there's a way that on a particular page - to make that static top bar menu will be hidden (since I have a menu built with Slider Revolution), but when scrolling down only the sticky menu will still be appearing.

Thanks in advance!


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  • edited November 2017
    Hi again,

    I've sent you a private message with the links (as the site hasn't been launched yet) via the contact form at:

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  • Is this correct?

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  • edited November 2017
    I've removed all custom CSS attributes related to the top bar on this page:

    Is that OK now? 
    Thank you :)
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  • Fantastic! Thanks so much.

    One more additional question, if I may;
    After pressing links on the Slider Revolution that leads to a same-page scrolling to the desired section - if trying to scroll up or down
    immediately once it has landed on the target, it doesn't let it and the page starting to stutter.

    Any idea what may causing that?
    You may test on

    Thanks again!
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  • Hi.

    Since there was never a problem with the smooth scrolling itself - and this is not what I'm referring to;
    I think there's a misunderstandingI will try to explain the issue again :)

    The issue occur AFTER it's done scrolling to its target, if you/user immediately try to scroll manually and casually using your mouse/tablet up or down less than (aprox.) 3 seconds AFTER it has landed/scrolled to the target - the page will stutter.

    Only after (aprox.) 3 seconds - the capability to scroll further manually will be issues-free.

    Please let me know if it's more clear now,
    Thank you.

  • Also,

    Is there anyway to offset the smooth scrolling so the sticky header won't block the content/headlines once it reaches its position?

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  • edited November 2017

    I've followed your recommendation but the issue still persist.

    To make sure we're talking about the same thing - please find a video of what I'm experiencing;

    Please help :)
    Thank you.

    I've ran several testings;
    1) I've exported the same rev slider to a different site of mine with betheme - no issue on the different site using the same slider
    2) I've created a simple <a href> link with class="scroll" on the same site/page in a simple column - no issue after the smooth scrolling
    3) I've made an entire blank rev slider just with a link + "scroll" class for it in the rev slider - issue persist
    4) With the same blank rev slider I've removed the "scroll" class and "one page" option on the page itself and it's still smooth scrolling with the same issue as in the video(?!) - How can it still be scrolling without any "scroll" class or "one page" setting in place? (maybe that's the key to solve it)

  • edited November 2017
    ..And as for the offset, if there's any option to set scroll offset to any button/link? Not just the 'scroll below slider'

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  • Thanks Muffin Support!

    I've managed to get to the bottom of it finally - 
    Apparently there was a still custom JS within RS that was linked to these sliders and was causing it.

    Thanks for all your help regarding this matter.

    As for the second one -
    Is there anyway to offset the smooth scrolling so the sticky header won't block the content/headlines once it reaches its position?

    Thanks in advance :)
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