Sticky navbar

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Re: Sticky navbar

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:oops: Somehow I messed up the transition between my test board and the zip

New styles directory to be installed as above.

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Re: Header Links question

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:oops: forgot the while separator line. Use this one

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Re: Header Links question

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Administrator wrote: Mon Mar 30, 2020 3:36 pm :oops: forgot the while separator line. Use this one
:lol: I actually took a quick look at the event files to see and noticed the breadcrumbs_after was missing the white line.... so i subsituted the other file.

Looks perfect now!!!

Also thanks for the brief tutorial, "which u didnt even know u were doing"! I am learning how they are using the EVENTS to inject the code within the core files.

Previously i had only worked on the 3.0.x system... editing all the individual html files within the core.... and dealing with conflicts. this system seems alot better!
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Re: Sticky navbar

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Great news.

Thats how I learned about extensions. Found one I liked and 'dismantled' it. Yes, I have made (and still make) mistakes, but its fun :mrg: