Your amendment works, however, the contents of the page scrolling up is showing through the section containing the logo, ‘Make an Appointment’ button, phone number, email address, etc. I want the white background of this section to remain white.
Any ideas to fix it?
Finally, please supply the code to show a Google map in the allocated section on the contact.html page.
It is showing this prompt ‘Sorry! Something went wrong.
With my reasonable knowledge of HTML there is no ‘href’ attribute to Google map.
I don’t have a server to upload the files for test purpose, the client is not willing to give access to his server while his current website is live online.
I am aware that the changes must be applied to the pages that will make the website. I will not be using all of the pages that make up the template. My understanding is that CSS is not a server-side scripting language, therefore a server is not required to see a page displayed properly on a local machine.
I have a screenshot of how the page appears when scrolling down the page, however, this support page doesn’t have a file attachment facility.
What I will do is to accept the default behaviour on the template as provided and continue adding the text and image content supplied by the client.
Firstly, I hope I can still post additional enquires on this thread for the Quickfix HTML template not relating to the previous posts regarding the ‘Header sections above menu and the Forms’.
I want to change the default orange colour/color of the icons used in the ‘Make an Appointment’ section and elsewhere on the template. Where can I download or access the vector source files for me to change the colour/color and save the files as a .png file?
The date picker on the ‘Make an Appointment’ form uses the American format mm/dd/yy, I require the UK format dd/mm/yy. Where and how do I change the format?
I am just curious to know why the video on the ‘Testimonial’ section doesn’t run when clicked on a local machine (not a server) given that the coding shows an absolute path (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GqExKSwTEA) direct to the video on YouTube. The popup window appears but no video appears.
As we have said, you have to do the below steps for all of the HTML files (not only for index.html) to get the header like as you are looking for. So, do the below steps for all of the HTML files that you want to use.
(i). Making Header Sticky:
1. Open all .html file in the editor.
2. Find The Comment Header Navbar Start
*. Remove and attribute data-trigger="sticky"
(ii). There is no vector source files available for the icons. In this issue, you have to work with the .png files to change the color.
(iii). Date Picker on the ‘Make an Appointment’
1. Open main.js file in the editor
2. Find the comment * DATE
3. Add below js code like in the screenshot: http://prntscr.com/hwpnxm dateFormat: 'dd/mm/yy'
(iv). The ‘Testimonial’ section’s video will not work until you upload the template on an online server.