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I'm trying to create a sticky top navigation that stays at the top of the page as the user scrolls down. I've found some tutorials that might help but they requite editing the CSS. Is there a way to edit/add css to homestead websites? Or is there any other way to implement a sticky top navigation in homestead? 
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Unfortunately there is no other way to do this David8882,

But you can add CSS. Go to Page Settings > Advanced, and you can add CSS to the head section. You will have to add it to each page you want. You will also use an HTML box for the "sticky" content.



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