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    MartijnHeinsius
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    Hi,

    1) Is it possible to create a link to a specific row in a page in a regular non-single page site? I tried doing this by using the Anchor Link Name, but I can not get it to work.

    2) The header in my site is perfectly floating on my laptop screen, but when scrolling down on my phone (Iphone SE), it does not appear again. Is it possible to make it float back on phones?

    Thanks

    Hi @martijnheinsius

    Can you send over your site’s URL and login credentials so we can check on this further from our end?

    Regards,

    MartijnHeinsius
    MartijnHeinsius
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    Hi @martijnheinsius

    It looks like you forgot to send your site URL to us. Can you please send it over so we can look into your concerns?

    Thanks!

    MartijnHeinsius
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    Hi @martijnheinsius

    It looks like your site is down as of the moment. Can you please check and confirm from your end?

    Thanks!

    MartijnHeinsius
    MartijnHeinsius
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    Hi Edcel,

    it is working fine for me, on my phone as well…

    I hope you can get in.

    Martijn

    Hi Martijn,

    I do not see “TADELAKT PORTFOLIO” in http://104.155.64.190/index.php/tadelakt/ so I assume you just mean to link it to the gallery?

    Linking should now work. You actually forgot to add an ‘Anchor Name’ to the row with the gallery that is why the link did not work.

    I have added it and it now works

    MartijnHeinsius
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    Hi @martijnheinsius

    1. For the dock items to float, you just need to set the Dock Bar position to ‘Header’ then enabled ‘Sticky Menu’

    2. This is possible via CSS but the behavior will be very unpredictable since positioning of the images is controlled via Javascipt. While we can overwrite it with CSS, we can’t guarantee its behavior.

    3. Changing the dimension of the lightbox images will require a lot of code customization which we do not support.

    Thanks!

    MartijnHeinsius
    MartijnHeinsius
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    Hi @martijnheinsius

    You may use this CSS to make the mobile dock bar sticky

    .header-float-wrap.header_float {
        position: fixed;
    }

    Paste it inside Appearance > Theme Options > Custom CSS.

    Thanks!

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