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    How to make the sidebar stable on category & listing page?

    Hello, I want to have the sidebar stable eventhough the main content has lots of listings or listing content

    For example, if a user scroll through the page the sidebar should not be scrollable once its reached the end of sidebar which has no further blocks/sections, only the main content should be scrollable.

    https://classifieds.demoflynax.com/p...san-francisco/ - stable1.jpg

    https://classifieds.demoflynax.com/p...ave-88-65.html - stable2.jpg

  2. #2
    You need to modify stylesheet style.css at section.side_block:not(.no-style) (line 5110) to add:

    position: sticky;

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    You also have to remove the overflow:hidden; property from 3 places to make the sticky work properly. Sticky does not work when parent or ancestors have overflow property.

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    Now the column is following the screen while scrolling. When you get to the bottom, it moves up not to overlap with the footer.

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    Last edited by daniel7; May 6, 2022 at 11:12 AM.

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    Hello Daniel, It works fine when it has only one sidebar block.

    But if we have two or more sidebar block, it overlaps the one with another.

    For example, https://classifieds.demoflynax.com/u...roperties.html

    In this link, we have "SEARCH FOR RESERVATIONS" another sidebar.

    Do we have to sticky this css <aside class="left col-lg-3">, to have whole sidebar sticky? I applied sticky to this class, but not working.

  4. #4
    I solved this by adding a new <div class="sticky"> so that all the blocks are inside it.

    If you apply the sticky css property to this div, I will keep all the blocks inside it as a solid and move all together.

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