Try using the Sticker Action for this. It allows you to select an element and define a distance from the top of the window beyond which the element will not go. As you scroll the window, once the element reaches that offset from the top of the window, it “sticks” in place and will not scroll any more. Other elements will scroll under it (depending on their z-index) or above it, but it will take on the appearance (or actual property of) position: fixed. When you scroll the window back up, it will un-stick once it reaches its original position.
There have been some reports of this not happening in certain Freeway 6 layouts. It is rock-solid in Freeway 5.6 and lower, and I haven’t figured out the bug yet. But do try it, it should be exactly what you’re looking for.
On Jun 6, 2013, at 3:20 AM, Ronald Botman wrote:
I have on my webshop a long page with different options people can order.
Is it possible in Freeway to keep the picture and some details on top of the page and then only scroll down the different option, so the page will not be this long?