Alright. By default, if I preview this login page, I scroll down, watch the status bar. Goodbye. Okay, so we just want to fix it. Super easy to do, click on it, click on that one, then preview it, Job done. Easy peasy. And I wanted to do it to all of these fellas. If you copy and paste it, that little setting will come across or select them all, turn it on and we'll do it for the navigation as well. It's kind of cool, so I'm going to zoom out. Okay, grab you, you I'm holding shift and just clicking these guys once and say fixed positioning. Now I'm gonna set my homepage back to this fella. Where is he going to move to prototype? What was the shortcut, anybody remember? It's controlled tab on both Mac and Pc to the homepage. So when a preview go to the right place and you can see your nerve is fixed to the top. Okay, so that is how to do fixed positioning. Nice quick video. Let's jump into the next one.
Thank you, Dan Scott, for providing such a beautiful Adobe XD course. I completed the course today and noticed a couple of things that are missing. I want to share them here so that you can upgrade the course, which would be helpful for us.
Hover state and toggle state.
Dragging pages from 1-2 to 2-3 and then back from 3-2 to 2-1 with dragging is not working.
Another thing is that we learned scrolling the website from top to bottom, but scrolling or pushing things from right to left has been completely omitted.
These are the things I have noticed, and I would like you to upgrade them so that we can improve our Adobe XD skills.