You can easily see this in your browser header.
It looks like just like the header in a normal web page. There is one small difference though. In the example header above, when the user visits it, it will show the user the page and tell them to refresh. But when the user refreshes, the page will go away and disappear like normal.
In this case the page is being refreshed because the user is waiting for an update, and JS is only one of many things that will cause a refresh. But if you have a page that uses a fixed header, then you can use CSS to create a class on the page that will appear next time the user refreshes.
I think that’s the problem. The header is being fixed, but the browser is not. I don’t think this is a browser problem, but it is something that can be fixed if you are using a fixed header.
You won’t get to the main page, but you will get to a page with the header. If you are using the header you will get to the main page, but if you are using the header in your page, then you will get to the main page.
This header should be placed in the bottom right-hand sidebar after you scroll down to the main page.
This is why I say it’s just a good idea to put the header in the bottom right-hand sidebar. It keeps everything on the same page for those who don’t scroll down, but it’s also good to keep it on the screen so you don’t have to scroll back up if you move to another page.
I think its good to have a simple header, and when we scroll down, we don’t have to scroll back up to look at the content. Its a good visual cue to the rest of the page.