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Can you tell me if it’s possible to stop the navigation menu(s) from animating and disappearing when the user scrolls up and instead either:

1) make it fixed at the top 2) make it scroll along with the rest of the page



This will make the navigation bar stay at the top of the page:
.siteHeader .navbar.navbar--fixed {
    position: absolute;
    top: 0;
Or this will make the navigation bar scroll with the page:
.siteHeader .navbar.navbar--hidden {
    transform: none;

It’s likely you will also need to make tweaks to the responsive css by copying the media queries from css/camden-responsive.css and correcting any issues that might occur.

I hope that helps - Eugene

Hello, sorry to say I’m having quite a few issues with the theme, mainly on the cart section.

I created a child theme but have reverted to the main theme to check it wasn’t something I’d done on the child theme to create the issues. It seems not.

Main things I can’t fix right now:

1. Menu that appears when you hover over the cart icon when things are added – the display is a mess with items stretching way longer than the height of the available screen (on a 13’’ macbook pro)

2. Cart page – similar issues with display/list of items. Seems the padding and margins are all over the place.

Really sorry if this is something obvious that I’m missing but I’ve tried lots of things and removed all my own custom CSS, reverted to parent theme, etc and still the display issues are there.

Any help much appreciated.


Amazing, thanks for the quick fix!

While you’re on a role I spotted a couple more things…

Cart page has a broken PayPal logo link:

Checkout page has a missing border on the country drop-down:

Cart page is missing a border on country drop-down:

Also, no product thumbnail images on the checkout page – is that intentional?


Which option did you enable in WooCommerce to get the “Checkout with PayPal” link on the cart page? When we enable PayPal it only adds the PayPal option to the list of payment types on the checkout page.

There are no product images on the checkout page. That is how the WooCommerce checkout page content is output.

Ah OK, the broken paypal image is due to this plugin: – I’ve deactivated it.

Thanks for heads-up on the images on checkout page and thanks again for the support this weekend!

Hi I just tired to upload the theme in the zip format, and I got this error. The theme is missing the style.css stylesheet.

Ok, I got it working now, but how do I make it look like the example site. Do you have any tutorials?


There are installation instructions included in the documentation file that can be found in the complete theme package zip file.The documentation will take you through all the most common tasks you’ll be performing in WordPress and give an insight into the theme’s features. However, the theme is built around WordPress standards so if you know your way around WordPress you should have no problems.

We have included an xml file that contains demo content that is similar to the theme demo to get you started. You can install the demo content by going to Tools > Import > WordPress and uploading the xml file. Please note that the xml file does might not include the images seen in the demo as we do not have the rights to distribute them.

You can find great stock images on and royalty free images on

- Eugene

Hi, this seems like an easy one but I cant do it. How do I change the featured image of each section on the Homepage where the demo pictures are missing i.e. The newness, 20% sale, Men, Women etc?

You can toggle post meta data on post archives in the WP Customizer, This will also affect the posts grid widget in the page builder. To toggle the post meta details go to the Customizer then Camden Theme > Post Archives.

- Eugene

Thanks again Eugene,

I have another question. I am having trouble finding the correct widgets to use to get a page to display my products and how to arrange them. There is a pre-built layout for the product category but not the products themselves i.e filters such as price, rating and colour on the left and the results on the right like in the example site. Please help.

- Chukie


In the demo there are:

1.) Category landing pages which are built using the page builder:

These are made by manually creating a page and either using the pre-built layout or creating a custom layout yourself.

2.) Product category archive pages which are automatically generated by the WooCommerce plugin:

These pages are created automatically like the standard blog on your website but show only the WooCommerce products that you have created.

To access these category archive pages you must add a link to them in your website’s navigation menu (Appearance > Menus).

WooCommerce includes custom widgets such as a product search form, pricing filter and rating filter. To add widgets to the product archive pages place the widgets in the WooCommerce Archive widget area on the Appearance > Widgets screen.

- Eugene

Hello, I am contacting you today because I am having a trouble with this layout I just purchased. There is a problem with the way the categories are being laid out. The image is perfect, but the text is sideways. Here is the link,

Please, help with your opinion on what could be the problem.

The text is supposed to be sideways. That’s how it is shown in the demo.

- Obi

Is there anyway to make them not appear sideways?


No, they are designed to display that way. If you would like them to display that way you would need to modify the theme’s CSS using a child theme.

In future please use the reply button on your original post when posting a reply that that the conversation is in one thread.

- Obi

By any chance would you happen to have the modify file for my occasion?

Unfortunately we do not have the code required to make the changes you are looking for.

- Obi