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Sticky Topbar modules position

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Is it possible to have a sticky Topbar (menu and account module position) in MegaDeal templates?
How to?
please help me to add this feature.

Thank You

5 Answers

Jakir hasan - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Hi, Please see our optima template. here we used sticky menu... you can find javascrpit in the JS folder and from index.php file you can see how to add JS file.


Ahmed Al-HAeri

More than a month ago #Permalink
I compare optima and megadeal index.php file but not understand:(
Please help me to find js (name) and what lines to add in index.php

Thank You;)

Sohan - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
Go to js folder. From here open the main.js file. Now edit this file. :)

Ahmed Al-HAeri

More than a month ago #Permalink
In "main.js" What should I do to change?
Please help me make more accurate;)

Sohan - Staff

More than a month ago #Permalink
At first copy menu.js file from optima template and paste it on the megadeal template. You will found this file in js folder of optima. And paste it on js folder of optima. Then check the index.php file of optima. Check how we call the js file in optima. Do it same to the magadeal index.php file. Now go to menu.less file of optima. Open the file and go to the bottom of the file, here you found the code that we used in optima to fix the menu. Then go to the menu.less file of megadeal template. do the same here.

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