Sticky navbar in JavaScript with Source code

Sticky navbar in JavaScript with Source code

Introduction

Sticky navbar is a web based project. It is coded in HTML5, JavaScript and CSS3. The navbar sticks on the header while scrolling.

This project is about making a sticky navar. This is a beginner project. The sticky navbar sticks on top while scrolling. It shows sticky animation. First we need to create a folder with html, css, and js files. JavaScript code is used for making sticky navbar on top while scrolling. The styling is done using CSS and the content are placed using HTML.

sticky  navbar

We use google fonts cdn to use in our project. Similarly, the background image is taken from pexels website where you get free images. You need to run index.html file in the browser to run the project. As we are using an online cdn you might require an internet connection to load the fonts and images. See the screenshot below.

Sticky navbar - image1

The transparency of background image is added. The navbar background is made transparent. Some dummy text is added in this project. CSS and JS are linked to the html file.  This project is very useful for beginner level as well as intermediate level. Further you can add background video and animated text by yourself. Download the project and get experienced by yourself.


How to use this project?

  • Download the project and extract the source code.
  • Set up an editor or IDE. (vs code, sublime, atom)
  • Open the project folder on the editor.
  • Launch the program in the browser. (chrome, firefox)
  • Scroll the project.
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