"Sticky" Navbar

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Do you like the new "sticky" Navbar?

Yes i like it, easy to access links at any time!
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17%
Eh dont like it, eats up space on my screen!
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50%
Either way is good for me!
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33%
 
Total votes: 6

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Dave C
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"Sticky" Navbar

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I added a neat addition (in my mind). This leaves the navigation bar at the top for easy access at all times.
Whats everyone think?
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kbrothers
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I appreciate all the things you all do to maintain the site Not really chasing Cubs much anymore but like popping in now and again Have a zero turn now ( Cub of course) Again your efforts are much appreciated Ken in PA

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Dave C wrote:
Sun Mar 29, 2020 11:00 am
I added a neat addition (in my mind). This leaves the navigation bar at the top for easy access at all times.
Whats everyone think?
Leave it there, it sure isn't hurting anything.

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Lol... chocolate or vanilla.
Certainly do what most people like but for me I mostly use my phone and when I have the sticky on top and the keyboard on the bottom... not much screen left.
Thanks again for your time and support of the site!
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Post by Tom Scott »

Just to avoid confusion for anyone late to this topic... Sticky navbar was eliminated. Move along, nothing to see here! :lol:
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