http://demo.upfront.pro/fixer/ The navigation in the demo

http://demo.upfront.pro/fixer/

The navigation in the demo seems stuck at the top....this is unusual since all one pager sites should have sticky nav so that site visitor does not have scroll up and down to see the navigation at the top....is this a flaw or just on the demo?

thanks for support!

Mike

  • MSAMike

    Vaughan, I am doing great! hope you are doing well as well...
    I am going to be a pain for this week....we just became full members and are trying to get used to this....I found the sticky feature right before I read this....sorry I bugged you on it....

    I do have another question....we are having confusion on pages....the front end editor is nice, but seems that we cannot use both the front end editor and the "classic" page editor since the content in the "classic" wysiwyg does not match the upfront or front end editor. Also, there is no home page to edit in the dashboard or "classic".

    is there any user guides or anything besides forums?

    searching the forums is fruitless so far since it seems that questions there are much further along the learning curve than we are.

    Mike

  • Vaughan

    Hi,

    Yes, Upfront is designed to be edited from the front of the site hence the name Upfront.

    It does store it's pages differently to the back end, and as you have discovered, there isn't an actual physical page for the homepage.

    The front page is built into upfront, and is whatever page is displayed when you go to your root domain. http://domain.com/

    We do have some guides here. https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/upfront-basics/

    However, they may look a little different now with the latest 1.0 release as a few things changed in the editor and how it works, but the guides should still help you with finding your way around.

    Hope this helps

  • MSAMike

    Vaughan
    this did help a bit and thank you. I do have a nagging question...I understand the homepage being dynamic....however, where are the other pages located in the native WP Dashboard? Each of those pages are really irrelevant? And so it the menus area in Appearance.

    Maybe I need to get out of the "old way" of WP thinking...but I NEED to know where those pages are located for the "old school" editor? LOL

    Or are they all like the homepage....I worry that customers will be very confused when editing their site if they see pages that do not match the live site.

    Mike

  • Vaughan

    Hi,

    Apologies, I think I was a bit unclear there. You can still create pages in the back end & they will display on the front. It's just the frontpage of upfront doesn't have a physical page. We might be changing that behaviour in a future update tho, Upfront is still very new & we have a fair few developers actually working on it constantly, so it can only get better & better.

    Same with menu's, you can still add them via the back end in the appearances > menus page.

    The upfront menu is default called top-menu-nav, so you need to make sure that you select that menu beforehand.

    I'm still learning upfront myself, so i'm neither an expert with it either at the moment.

    Hope this helps