How to Create a Responsive Navigation Bar with a Centered logo? – https://youtu.be/x24lJ_Dsb1E
Table of Contents:
01:10 – Sticky Header On Desktop
03:33 – Adding Transparent Background to Menu
05:37 – Sticky Header On Tablet and Mobile
In the last video, we created a responsive header with a centered logo. And we separated the menu bar into two parts for desktop.
If you missed the previous video, you would find the URL in the card above and the description.
Now we are going to make this header sticky. Sticky means if you scroll the webpage, the header will be visible at the top so visitors can see the menu and logo all the time.
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