I will try, however, I have heard many negative comments about this plugin and its negative effect on website performance.
It works! Now it is good.
Anyhow, it would be nice to have a native Haste sticky header with a “hide on scroll” function.
You can lock this thread.
I didn’t exactly fix the issue. From the video, you can see that the page jumps when I start to scroll (when the sticky header appears). This is the Scroll distance threshold that was I think 100px by default, so when I reach that point the page jumps up. I now put Scroll distance to be 0px, but because of that, I had to offset every page on the website by 100px top margin. This works for the pages, but the blog posts are cut off a little, as you can see in the screenshot below.
I hope you can understand the issue that I’m having. 🙂
Thank you. “Your themes are up to date” Haste is on 1.1 at the moment
Sorry for the late reply. The button still has no effect. I also tried going directly to the link. Only redirect, no download.
Can you let me know how to do an update recheck? I can’t find it anywhere (I’m probably blind)
Very weird, it looked successfully uploaded. Let’s try like this 🙂
I didn’t realize it wasn’t working. Here you go.
I took the screenshot as I was writing a ticket 5 days ago, but unfortunately, I don’t know which page it was. I can’t see what you uploaded, I sent you details of the purchase so you can enable this. 🙂
Can you make these side buttons to be customizable in future updates?
Aha, this was on your website https://haste.shufflehound.com/, but I see now that it is the same as on my website. Is there a way to customize this button, to change its position on the page, size, look, etc.? When there are no buttons above corners aren’t the same. one is with a radius and the other is a 90deg angle.
Yes! Exactly like you’re installing a brand new theme, but it will recognize that you only need an update.
I also couldn’t update automatically. There was a notification about a pending update, but the only solution for me was to download updated files from themeforest, and install them (this only updates the current theme)
Ok. I added the CSS before, but I put it inside the body tag, which must be outside. My only problem now was the jump when it reached the sticky header threshold. But I solved this by setting the scroll distance to 0px, and I had to add a 100px (width of the header) margin to the topmost section on each page. Is there a more straightforward solution to this?
I would also love to have this as a built-in feature. 🙂