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I've designed this landing page for my website, and now i'm stuck on what process to take.
 
I want the logo to be initially fixed and then the image to overlap on scroll. The logo needs to then shrink down to a monogram style version once we come to the second section of the site (the section below the landing page). The navigation menu links need to be sticky and where they are the whole time.
 
Do I, a) have the logo set as a header title/logo
or b) hide the header logo, just have the nav links to deal with and then have the logo as an image on the landing page? (shown here).
 
if i do option b, this is what i need to do/need help with:
 
Initial Setup:
- Hide the header logo initially.
- Implement the navigation menu links as sticky.
- Make the menu navigation links vertically stacked, and left aligned to the full width of the page.
- Add the circle icon above the nav links.
 
Landing Page:
- Display the logo as an svg image on the landing page.
- Ensure it's initially fixed in position.
 
Scroll Effects:
- Use CSS or JavaScript to create the overlap effect of the image on scroll.
- Make the necessary adjustments to ensure the logo behaves as desired during scrolling.
 
Second Section:
- Detect when the user scrolls to the second section.
- Trigger the logo to shrink down to the monogram style version using CSS or JavaScript.
 
 
 

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