Okay, So admittedly there’s a lot going on here. I’ve got a primary (translucent) navigation bar that I have set to disappear on scroll-into-view/scroll out of view, swapping with a second opaque nav bar. In reviewing and trying to edit/fix/customize the nav links and how these two navigation bars appear in Tablet and Phone viewports. Specifically, there’s a strange mystery link (Duplicate of Contact Us) being pulled in from the Desktop Nav-Menu Link list. Bugs in the designer started popping up everywhere, without anything more than clicking Open Menu and flipping between the viewports. I’ve taken screenshots and recorded a video to replicate the problem. This is just one of a handful of annoying and time-consuming bugs that have come up. I’m done burning cycles trying to resolve this, and am seeking help.
Thank you for this! I was wondering how the system reconciles these multiple nav menu elements behinds the scenes. I’m still not sure I understand, but I appreciate the solution.
Another matter has popped up, seemingly inexplicably, with the secondary, scroll-into-view navigation bar I have. Suddenly, without any changes or edits to that specific element/symbol, and while only editing the rest of the page, the “Header Nav” suddenly expanded in width, causing a right scroll overflow issue. I’ve recorded a video to demonstrate, and you can see on the preview page attached below. I went back to a previous published version from an hour before and noted that there are literally no changes from that styling/setting to the current one. I have no idea what happened, nor how to solve it.
I reviewed all the other sections and elements for any random overflow issues; nothing comes up. I also checked the Body styling, even deleting the class for good measure to reset. Still no fix. Please help?
X-ray mode to the rescue. I figured it out. Nothing had changed with the Header Nav element - it was a random change to a div containing a slider, and it’s overflow wasn’t “off”. Problem solved, though still confused as to the sudden cause.