• Fixed Header

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    The header "container" is simply a series of rows with widgets, regardless of if, or how or where it should be rendered. Let's say we have a header container called "HH" with some rows and widgets. In the business rules you can configure which content should be rendered at the top (the header of the page) when the user requests a particular url; this could be the "HH" content if you like that to be. When the users scrolls down, this content will simply scroll along (out of the viewport). In the business rules you can also configure if a particular request should have a page decorator. That page decorator can further decorate the page. If you put a "fixed header" widget on that page decorator, then you can instruct the system to also render "HH" on a fixed (static) place at the top of the screen, and you can also trigger when that content should show. For example after the user has scrolled a certain amount of pixels down. So whether or not a page has a header, and whether or not a page has a fixed header is simply the result of how you configure it. Also which content shows as the header, and which content shows as the fixed header is configurable. Both could render the same content, but they don't have to necessarily.

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