Divi fixed header

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In this video, I am going to show you how to create a Divi fixed header without using CSS.

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  1. Thanks Mac pretty cool feature. Always appreciate your training and input. It didn’t seem to work as well on the tablet/mobile view. The top of each page loaded up under the header. Any idea for fixing that?

  2. YES!! I really needed this information! I had been researching it all day. Spot on! Thank you Mak 🙂

  3. If the header is only a menu bar, then this method works OK, but in many cases the menu may not be at the top of the header section. So in these circumstances, what is the method for getting the header to stick to the top of the page, after the main part of the header (above the menu) has disappeared from the screen?