I could not find anything to answer my question because I could not
figure out what keywords to use. That should be obvious because my
subject is weak.
here is a URL with a sample page:
I have a header with a dark back ground fixed at the top of the page.
The page scrolls and all the text on the white background scrolls
behind so far so good. I have a sidebar for my menu also fixed on the
The problem that I have and want to know if there is a simple clean
way to fix it is this:
In Firefox the page does not display correctly when one of the links
is clicked. It scrolls to the point on the page as it should but it
hides the start of that section behind the header. I saw in IE that it
puts it just below the header.
I know this is clear as mud. sorry I just can't wrap my head around
how to ask or explain it. Look at the sample page. click on the 1st
sample link in the sidebar. The text on the page "Sample1 here" should
be visible below the blue header but it goes to the top of the view
window behind the header instead. Is there a way to fix this without
adding a dummy tag with a margin to force the real text to still be
visible below the header before the page scrolls again?
Thanks for the help,
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