Awesome, thanks a lot.
Of course in all my back and forth I didn't have it setup like I had. I'd
gone back to scratch to try again. So, I just added the data-spy option to
the UL in the template that is the nav. The problems that are happening
with it on this page aren't exactly as described in my previous email but
still, there be problems :) The offset doesn't work at all. Not sure what
css to include to make it work right. And it gets skinny on scroll now, not
On Tue, Nov 18, 2014 at 2:22 PM, Brian Zelip <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Brad, publish a dummy draft page with the left-nav template and the problem
> you're encountering so I can take a look.
> On Tue, Nov 18, 2014 at 1:13 PM, Brad Coffield <
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> > Has anyone endeavored to get this to work? If not, is there anyone
> > to help me getting it to work, lol?
> > What I'm talking about:
> > 1. Use left-nav template in Libguides v2
> > 2. Once you scroll down in the content area get the left-nav to stay with
> > you, always visible.
> > You can see a really slick example of it on the bootstrap docs page
> > also uses scrollspy to note where in the document you are...but lets slow
> > 3. Bootstrap has affix.js built-in and its therefore possible to do it
> > without any outside code.
> > 3a. You can see info about affix.js at the bottom of the bootstrap docs
> > link I just provided.
> > 4. I've gotten it to work BUT with a lot of problems.
> > For one, it will stay stuck in the middle of the screen instead of
> > to the top of the screen once you've started scrolling.
> > For two, it breaks the responsivity: on small screens instead of normal
> > functioning it kinda hides behind the content column
> > For three, once it starts scrolling its width changes.
> > For four, it will cover the footer when you get down there.
> > To have the left-nav sticky on long content pages would be GREAT.
> > Thanks a lot.
> > --
> > Brad Coffield, MLIS
> > Assistant Information and Web Services Librarian
> > Saint Francis University
> > 814-472-3315
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Brad Coffield, MLIS
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Saint Francis University
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