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    Posted: 08 Juin 2021 at 09:50
Hi!
This https://CafeFacile.se is the website I have created for my French bistro in Stockholm using SENSTIME. It´s still not fully responsive, but good enough to be published. Instead of using a CMS like WP, I have written an Android app (see screen shot below) that can be used to update the menu and wine list via ftp which turned out really good.

But, I have been struggling with the menu bar at the top of SENSTIME. I would like it to keep the transparent background instead of the white one that appears as soon as one start scrolling. Any suggestions how to achieve this?

/Bengt




Edited by ProfessorBengt - 08 Juin 2021 at 16:10
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I have no clue since I don't hav ethe template in hands

I will ask Sensode
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Hello,

The answer is simple, it's all in the blocks of code.
Open the Base_Menu_Fixe layer
Click on the Code button
Look for the code called CSS_MENU
inside, you will see in all this code the following line:


.is-sticky #WE702e518c10 {
background-color: white;
}


This means that when scrolling the mouse over the page, the element called WE702e518c10 (it is the Pan_menu_full element) inherits a white background.
Either delete this part of the code or add this in front of the code to just deactivate it:


/*.is-sticky #WE702e518c10 {
background-color: white;
}*/


I hope that answers your question.

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Thank you! I will experiment with this.
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@ProfessorBengt

Could you solve the issue with thi post?
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Yes, i added some transparency to the menu when scrolling. But, I have another question. What determines where the page stops when pressing a menu button? I guess it’s supposed to scroll to the anchor, but i can’t manage to get it look the same for all anchors.

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