I’m making a custom navbar for my android app, and it requires me to set a container that stays at the bottom always.
I achieved this by binding the X and Y padding to the formula that will dynamically change based on screen sizes. However, it has proved to be less efficient and honestly feels like a lot of work to me.
Is there any other way to set a container at the bottom of the screen always?/
Thanks for taking your time
This issue appears on the forum each few weeks/months.
To make an absolutely positioned navbar in the bottom you have to follow these steps:
Set the styling tab of the page layout to:
Place a scroll view onto your page (that will be your page content container)
- set the width and height of it to “Custom” and both values to “Grow to…”
- Place your absolutely positioned container in the bottom, following the scroll view. From this point onwards you have your navbar positioned on that one page.
If you have another page where you need the same setup, you need to follow the same steps.
Also note that navigating with the “open page” flow function will cause your navigation to also animate with the content of the page. And finally, you can use the same approach to position anything anywhere on the screen, just make sure to set the “Position” values in the property tab accordingly (e.g. Z-index to number to control which containers are tappable and what is in the background)
Hi! Thanks for the response.
I did what you said and I guess I still need to set the padding right to get the absolute container towards the bottom of the screen. I have attached a screenshot for your reference. >>
Here, in the above screenshot, the container called “absolute container” needs to be set to the very bottom of the page. How do I set padding to that? Or is there something that I misintepreted.
Please advice me on this. Thanks :)))
So would this be overlaying the scroll view, or below it? What is your goal?
If you want it below, then just move it out of the scroll view to the bottom of the “tree” and then reset the “Position” properties to the default.
If you want it to be overlayed then go to the “Position” accordion and you see those 4 values below the “absolute/relative” dropdown. Set your padding in there. That will help.