Please give us an example, perhaps show us the site in question.
It is very heavy to understand, what you want to achieve.
- Yes, it is possible to have the menu permanent visible at the top of the page.
- Yes, it is possible, to scroll the content „under“ the header.
But, before starting an endless question and answer game: Give us a link, to demonstrate the issue.
Thank you Günter for your recommendation.
I will try to create a new site to illustrate what I am trying to accomplish.
The particular site I am having issues with, at customer's request, needs to remain somewhat anonymous.
I will see what I can do to better explain myself.
It is no problem, if the site has to be anonymous:
- Delete all pages and elements, which are not related to the issue,
- replace text by placeholder text,
- delete images,
- save the file under a new name,
- upload it to Dropbox, CC Files or a similar file sharing service and
- post the download link here.
A matter of minutes!
I think you are looking for something called a "fixed navigation" or "sticky navigation". Those search terms will get you lots of results in YouTube. Check out this one that I think will help - Adobe Muse CC Tutorial | Scrolling Sticky Navigation - YouTube . Essentially you would create a nav bar that uses the scrolling features to start moving at the speed of the browser.
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MCCMultimedia: The tutorial, you linked, is from 2013(!). Since then, Muse has been re-builed from scratch! (It is responsive now.) The tutorial only works under certain conditions (fixed width pages), and may not help considering the original poster’s site.
Therefore I asked for a .muse file to have a look at. Pinning navigation is now THAT easy, that I suspect a „deeper“ cause, why the original poster isn’t able to achieve it.