I’ve noticed that the site body would briefly jump with certain settings for “Layout -> Primary Navigation” and “Layout -> Sticky navigation”. The problem goes away once I disable the “navigation search” option in “Layout -> Primary Navigation” dialog.
I’m on the latest versions. The test website (for you folks from GP staff) is basically a fresh WP installation where I installed the GP Theme + Premium, imported the site from the site-library, and changed settings only in Layout -> Container/Header/Primary Navigation/Sticky Navigation. Let me know if you want admin access, this is a pure test-site.
Hi Leo. On the particular site I sent you, the fix works. Thank you. However, I have another site (just take the original URL and let it end with “wordpress/”, instead of “wordpress-test”). There, even when applying the fix, the site is still jumpy during vertical scrolling, even in Chrome! The jumps would only stop if forced the menu items to be placed below the logo, e.g. by increasing “Menu Item Height” setting (from 20 to something larger), or enforcing a “Navigation drop point”, which is not what I want.