It was so easy to get a professional looking navbar with just 3 lines of code. This package seriously is so usable on mobile it is rediculous. I found this package from day 4 of the 100 days of gatsby challenge. It is by the wonderful man who brought us gatsbyjs Kyle Mathews, so you know its gotta be good.
installation is easy
npm i react-headroom
There was no instructions for es6 style imports that are common with gatsbyjs sites like mine, but it was intuitive to figure out.
import Headroom from 'react-headroom'
Simply wrap your existing content, Nav in my case, with the
component and your off to the races. The content will pop back into view when you scroll past then back up.
<Headroom> <-- Your content goes here --> </Headroom>
See it in action
I think this simple package completely changes the ux of your site on mobile. You can get that sticky nav out of the way, but its still right there with just a little bit of a scroll up.
Here it is on waylonwalker.com
is configurable, but I did not find it necessary. I really like the simplicity that it brought by just adding the
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