Is there a way to create a persistent header, like twitter.com? Where it sticks to the top of the screen while scrolling.

Jess shared this question 5 years ago
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Take a look at this other thread https://www.justinmind.com/community...

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Yeah, thanks. But I still cannot get it to work. Im not sure what setting "with scroll" is.


But I have a dyanmic panel with content in it. Another image always on top. The image does not float at all.

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The image should be out of the dynamic panel. You can check if it's out or inside in the Outline tab.

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It is, http://i.imgur.com/acIPNxn.png Img 4 should float.

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Can you clarify how this works? Its pretty unclear to me still and the "always on top" setting doesnt work like I would expect at all. Thanks

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Take a look at this example:


http://d2ld3he4yll0xl.cloudfront.net/...

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Hello,


I can ́t believe that this is the only solution to build fixed areas like the statusbar of iOS. This would mean if I would like to have ONE static header/statusbar for


the whole prototype then I need to build EVERTHING in a dynamic panel.


This would be not very satisfying.


I could imagine to have setting in templates allowing to fix the content, means if there is a transition from one screen to another the template keeps staying at its


position all the time (just like the statusbar in iOS or Android is doing)