It will give the effect of printer head. Imagine how the head of a printer moves left and right while printed paper comes out. The Navbar will be a rectangular shape at the left-top of the screen, and on this rectangular i will place 4 links to provide the navigation to other pages below. When you click any of those links the rectangular navbar will slide to the right of the page and come back and stop where it started. (several times) The general idea of my page will be single-page website.
I have not published it yet. I will post the link when the main structure of the page is ready.
The navbar will be fixed to the top in order to be stable while the content pages slide from top to the bottom (single-page website).
Thanks for the tip. I am working on JQuery scripts right now.
I am currently having a problem with changing the element of <ul> tag. When I inspect my page I can see the code;
<ul style="width: 2748px; ">
When I open this page with notepad or other html editors, I can't see the "style" attribute and change it. I tried to add external CSS to change it but no way... It is still the same... Has anyone of you run into this kind of problem?