The header is fixed via css and js when the page scrolls. So far that's the only way to make it work. If we know another method in the future we will let you know though.
I tested the site in Chrome and it is not working properly. The header does not appear when I slide down and the skills graph does not appear.
In MS Edge works fine.
Perhaps your Chrome has some issues or you are not using the latest version?
Windows Chrome Latest:
Your website misses the jquery.min file when the WebBoost Chrome Extension is activated:
I have experienced some issues with the layout in it's bootstrap4-version.
When using the section-id in a link that I send to others, then the correct section is opened as expected. But the nav-bar cuts off a bit of the section-title.
Also the .work-place.job-meta.title doesn't wrap to a newline if the job-title is too long as I would expect.
Is there anyway to fix these?
Thanks in advance.
>Re: When using the section-id in a link that I send to others, then the correct section is opened as expected. But the nav-bar cuts off a bit of the section-title.
That's not possible as the header is using fixed positioning so it's always going to cover the top of the section if you use "url#section-id" to view the section.
>Re: the .work-place.job-meta.title doesn't wrap to a newline if the job-title is too long as I would expect
That's fixed in v3.0.1
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