• Zach ReedZach Reed, almost 10 years ago

    I think this would be a good solution for mobile because it works the same way that Safari mobile URL bar works, but I honestly would hate this UX for a desktop site. On a desktop site, I would rather the header just be thin and sticky to the top like Facebook, Twitter, etc. because then it's always there for me when I need it.

    2 points
    • Phil RauPhil Rau, almost 10 years ago

      Actually I found that it doesn't look that nice on my iPhone... the problem is in fact the safari URL bar makes it jumpy.

      I like this plugin, but I think if we're going to make a header disappear/reappear, it should be based on mouse position. If I move my mouse up there, then I can interact with the header.

      2 points
  • Joshua HynesJoshua Hynes, almost 10 years ago

    Looks great! Interested in trying this out.

    1 point
  • Bart Claeys, almost 10 years ago

    Anyone knows an JS widget that does the opposite? Show the nav bar when scrolling down?

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  • Evan KnightEvan Knight, almost 10 years ago


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