What you need to know about scroll-then-fix

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Scroll-then-fix is a simple feature that can be added to your website that does as the name suggests; after scrolling, something becomes fixed. Typically, the element starts off elsewhere on the page and then once it reaches a specific threshold from scrolling, it fixes to the page — and unfixes in the opposite direction. The most common use of this feature is when site navigations become fixed to the top of the…