Great news for anyone that remotely has anything to do with SharePoint development, today Microsoft announced the general availability of the SharePoint Framework—allowing developers and administrators to build and deploy parts that are used by Office 365 users in their production environments.
I have recently been working on a client SharePoint design using LiveTiles responsive design and one of the requirements is to lock the header elements to the top of the page. Well below is a step by step guide to getting the header to stick Create a row and add a Custom CSS Class
Add the header elements to the row In Page Settings add the styles to the Custom Code In Document Head section Note: It is important to add the styles for .lt-slide-side and .lt-close-btn to ensure the slide out functionality of LiveTiles still operates (i.e. is in front of the header) The row that is immediately below the header should also have a Row Top Margin set equal to the height of the header.
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