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On the Carmen template I would like to adjust the moment on which the 'sticky header' kicks in.
At this moment the 'sticky header' setting transforms the header to sticky at the first moment of scroll.

How can I delay this untill some 100 pixels of vertical scroll?
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Hello

May I suggest sending temporary administration access to your Joomla installation to info@joomla51.com and we will examine this poossibility further. For our reference please paste a link to this post in your email.

Ciaran
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Just sent details for further help.
Thanks Ciaran
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In order to give a better detailed description of my wish:

On the testing-site (details sent by email), there you want to have a look at the 'blog'-page.
It shows a yellow colored text module below the header.

When starting to scroll and when the scroll finishes coming back to the top, a white gap shows in between these 2
top-positions.

In order to get rid of this white gap, I thought to delay the vertical scroll until (let's say...) 100 pixels vertical scroll.
Because then this white gap will not have a chance to display...

I hope this example makes sense...
Kind regards,
Ben van Wetten
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Thank you

If you wish to remove the white gap, try adding the following to the Custom CSS field of your templates parameters (Extensions -> Templates -> [YourTemplateStyle] -> Custom CSS)....

#container_header-sticky-wrapper {
background-color: #dca500;
}


Is this solution sufficient? Would you still like to delay the scroll effect?

Ciaran
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Thanks Ciaran,

This helps for this sample website and I believe I can live with that.

Perhaps in the future I will have to come by again for 'the real thing' if changes on the script for scroll are needed.

Have a good weekend,
Ben
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