Navbar top of viewport help!

I can’t seem to format the nav bar correctly. I want it as a box with links, but it’s a mess right now. Can someone please point me in the right direction? Here is my code. Thank you!

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hi @brianammorgan!

You’re on the right way :slight_smile: the nav-bar is already fixed at the top - try giving it a background color and you’ll see more clearly.

You’ll then need to style the links to your liking. They’re sitting inside a ul element now, so try styling ul with display: flex; to get them into a row. You might also want to add some margins and list-style: none; to get rid of the bullets.

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Thank you so much! I’ve made some changes, but I’m having trouble getting the links in the nav spaced out so they’re not all jumbled together. I think my logo/title also need to be part of the navbar somehow? Anyway, if you offer any more advice, I’d appreciate it!

You can add (still on the ul element)

justify-content: space-around;

That might be what you want :slight_smile: there are other alternatives too, you can check this site out for reference:

You can still have the logo in the main section if you prefer, but you need to use padding-top to push it down so it’s not covered by the header. The usual approach is to wrap all of the main content in a wrapper div and then give that div a padding-top that is equivalent to the header height.

unable to place nav at to of view port and making height of welcome section and vw equal.
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