There is an annoying bug with this template related to scrolling. The menu bar going back and forth at the top (when scrolling down) and below the "Request Quote" button at the top (when scrolling up) is very jumpy when the scroll bar is dragged slowly, or when using the About (or any other) -> Home nav buttons. It looks very unprofessional.

Sometimes, it will not go back to initial state when you click the "Home" button, as if you were still in the middle of the page. This certainly is a bug.

On an iPad, scrolling causes the menu bar to drag slower behind, and not static to the top. I suggest a combination of a Javascript + CSS may be? the iPad's Javascript is not as quick as on a desktop computer.

Please fix ASAP. Thank you.

Thanky you for letting us know about this, We’ll try some other solutions, the menu animation when you scroll up is intended, but you’re right when you scroll too fast in Chrme the ad Safari the sticky-menu jumps. In the next update we’ll be fixing this ( in a few days ).

Kind Regards,

We've fixed the scroll to top glitch by adding a new menu style, from v2.0.1 where you have a contained menu and you scroll to the top, there the menu will become "contained menu" instantly with a slow animation, this adds a new style to this template.

Please test the new update and let Us know how you like it. In case you need modifications or you discover any issues, please feel free to get in touch with Support by using our website's or the documentation's support links.

Kind Regards,

Thanks for the update, it no longer jumps funny. One more thing that isn't there yet from 2.0.1: as soon as I scroll up, even far in the middle of the page, it will immediately cause the menu-bar to animate as if I'm already at the top of the page.

Here is how to reproduce using the main index.html example you provide:
- Go to the bottom of the page, the menu bar will animate to the top
- Scroll up, just a tiny bit, the menu will animate as if I'm at the top while I'm not

Because of this, it will cause an annoying covering until I get to the top, because it shouldn't have transitioned yet. So, basically, 2.0.1 is: scroll-down -> menu to top, scroll-up -> menu to middle-top. Doesn't look right.

That’s done intentionally, if you would like to remove the menu while scrolling to top, please write to Support, so we can help you there.

Kind Regards,

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