Fixed header MENU when scrolling

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Fixed Navigation Bars: Pros and Cons

A user can easily waste hours digging through the perpetually increasing lines of content, links, thoughts, rants, ideas, and gossip. Thankfully, they donít have to scroll all the way back up the page to message, chat, or produce content themselves. The fixed navigation bar prevents such a problem from ever manifesting.

This is particularly significant when dealing with copious amounts of content. Famous examples of this concept come in the form of everyoneís favorite social media platforms: Facebook and Twitter. Both sites feature news feeds with nigh infinite information loading up at the bottom of the screen.

Advantages in usability
The advantages to fixed navigation bars should be obvious. They, quite simply, make browsing a website far easier. Having a main menu of options at your immediate disposal is a major feather in the impatient userís cap, especially if the website has an exhaustive amount of content contained within.

This is important for several reasons, but chief among them is speed. Quick and easy flow through a website is extremely important. With an ever-present guidepost fixed at the top or side of the screen, a site owner never need worry about his or her user flows being dammed up by confusion or immobility.

Forum Support Thread

Zen Cart® Versions v1.5.5, v1.5.6
Original Author Mauari
Last Updated by Mauari - 31 Jan 2019
Downloads 119

Version History

Fixed header MENU when scrolling   -   Version: 1.0
Zen Cart® Versions v1.5.5, v1.5.6
Date Added 31 Jan 2019
Author Mauari
File Size 2.8 KB
PHP 5.3 Safe? No
Downloads 119

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