Hope you’re fine !
I 'm reporting an issue on a design feature… I would like to have on my dashboard a fixed left and top menu so I did a reusable element like this one
I would like know to have content on the middle of the page that could scroll.
How can I do ? Or is better to choose an other way to do what I would like ( scrolling content with fixed left and top menu) to do? And which one ?
Thanks to everyone in advance
NOTES: the reusable element is 1920x1080 like the dimentions of the pages so the reusable element takes all the page
Hi @lam I would make the top header a reusable element, and the left-side bar a reusable element (two separate reusable elements). Then that will allow you to place other elements in the center of the page, without the reusable element interfering.
Hi @fayewatson , Thanks for your reply
Is what I thought too but how to do for the gradient background especially for the bottom part. Is there any solution?
On this way I have also another issue.
Before I was getting floating group from menu like that
but now the floating group “home” is few pixels away
How to solve that?
Thanks for your help
No problem! You can set the gradient at the page level by double-clicking on the page and adjusting the background style. For the home submenu, I would use a focus group instead of a floating group, and set the reference element to be each icon that the submenu corresponds to. Then create a workflow which ‘shows’ the focus group when each icon is clicked.
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