2. Fixed Header/Menu Banner

Several Modern themes (Amarone, Chablis, Sauternes, and Vinho Verde) employ a fixed “header banner” and “horizontal menu”, behind which the page contents scroll, i.e., the header/menu will always be visible and accessible to your user regardless of the amount of page scroll. This requires that the page contents and menu be initially positioned a certain number of pixels down from the top of the page. For example, in Amarone, the default height of the banner is 110px. If you own header banner is of a different height, you may need to override the following styles (via addition to Styles.css):

  1. .pBack { /* offset of page content from top */
     margin-top: 120px /* default banner height 110px + header banner/top of content panel margin 10px */}

  2. .MLMmenuAlign { /* offset of horizontal menu from top */
     top: 60px; /* menu positioned below company logo, but still within header banner */}

    If you prefer to use vertical menus instead of the horizontal (in Amarone, Chablis, Sauternes, and Vinho Verde), several style changes should also be made to improve look-and-feel. For example, in Amarone,

  3. Since the horizontal menu no longer occupies the header banner, the latter's height should be reduced:
    .pcT {
      height: 30px; /* originally, height: 90px; */ }

  4. The menu/page content should be shifted up the same amount that the header banner's height has been reduced:
    .pBack {
        margin-top: 60px; /* originally, height: 120px; */ }

  5. Maintain centering of menu/page content:
    .pBack {
       width: 100%; /* originally, width: 1000px; increases page width to accommodate vertical menu */ }
    .pageC {
     /* width: 100%; */ /* comment out to allow vertical menu and page widths to define overall page width */ }
    .pageL {
      /* display: none; */
      width: 50%; /* display left margin (to center menu/page content) */ }
    .pageR {
      /* display: none; */
      width: 50%; /* display right margin (to center menu/page content) */ }