Beaver Builder: Sticky Menu On Scroll (Then Click To Scroll To Page Sections)

This tutorial will show you the easiest way to sticky a menu to the top of your Beaver Builder page and then scroll to a section on your page when you click a menu item.

I wrote a separate article that focused specifically on how to sticky a row in Beaver Builder using CSS, so this article today will assume you have read that short article.

Previous Article: Beaver Builder: Make A Row Sticky On Scroll (CSS Method)

I recently just added this feature to my website you’re on, as you can see below where I sticky the menu in pink.

Today’s article will be doing some very similar to the design we used in the previous article.

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Sticky your row in Beaver Builder

As discussed, we created a row that sticks

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