Adding a Transitioning Nav Using CSS


A transitioning sticky navigation allows you to display two different navigations based on where the viewer is on the page.

Adding a Transitioning Nav Using CSS

A transitioning sticky navigation allows you to display two different navigations based on where the viewer is on the page. This article gives you the code to add a sticky transitioning navigation to your website which you can customize to meet your needs.

Below is the HTML, CSS, and JavaScript required to add a transitioning sticky nav to your website.

Step 1 - Add the HTML below to the top of your web page.

Step 2 - Add the CSS below to the main stylesheet of your website.

Step 3 - Add the JavaScript below to a file called nav.js

Step 4 - Add the includes below to the pages where your nav will live

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