The HTML is great. The problem is that it doesn’t do everything that you would expect. The most common complaint I get is that the navigation bar doesn’t appear when the page is loaded. This is a common issue with new and young websites. The solution is to use a plugin that extends html.navigation.navigationbar.
This is another one of the things you have to really consider when you’re building your website. Most people don’t realize that the navigation bar does not actually have to be on the page when you load the page. It can be in the head, but that’s not what you generally look for.
Right now we have very little progress in our navigation. Once we’ve navigated, we can scroll down to the bottom of the page to see everything we’ve read in the last few minutes.
The navigational bar is a floating div that allows us to quickly jump to other pages in the page. We’ve been using the same nav bar to navigate our other pages for a couple different projects. Here, it works just fine, but there is a slight problem. Let’s say we navigate to the next page, and there is a floating nav bar. When we scroll down the page, the nav bar just continues to the bottom of the page like it was there all along.
The nav bar is a kind of navigation bar that just displays the same information the same moment it’s been presented to the page. But why does it do that? Because it’s so huge.
Yes, there is a problem. Let me explain.
The nav bar is made so it can scroll, but a few things would really just kill it to scroll. Firstly, the nav bar is made so you can scroll it like a normal page. But if you scroll it, it also scrolls to the bottom of the page. So if you scroll it down, it will jump to the bottom, which is really annoying.
Because it is made so it can scroll, it’s also made so it can not scroll to the bottom of the page. And I repeat, we don’t want that.
So the solution is obviously something other than scrolling. Something that won’t kill it, but would make it look better. Something that doesn’t have to go against its “look” to be a nav bar.