Html sticky header on scroll up and remove

Sticky headers are headers that remain fixed to the top of the website and are visible even when you scroll down.
Sticky navigation is a term used to describe a fixed navigation menu on a webpage that remains visible and in the same position as the user scrolls down and moves about a site.
you can actually build one yourself using some CSS, JavaScript, and jquery.
To make the header sticky, we need to add some CSS code to the header element:

Border-radius:0 0 0.5em 0.5em;
The position: fixed CSS property is used to fix the header to any part of the visible page.
position: fixed CSS property that is locked the website menu so that it does not disappear when the user scrolls down the page.
Then the top: 0px property sets the header to be zero pixels from the top of the page, i.e. at the very top.
setting the position property to fixed will make the header element behave very similarly to position: absolute, which takes the element out of the normal “flow” of the page.
This means that you will have to manually set a width for the element to make it go all the way across the page. We also had to set width: 100% in order for the header to display the way we wanted.
Now if we reload the page and try scrolling down, we can see that the header remains on the page and at the very top, all the time.

Html sticky Header

<div id="sticky-anchor"></div>
<div id="sticky">This will stay at top of page</div>


#sticky {
padding: 0.5ex;
width: 600px;
background-color: #333;
color: #fff;
font-size: 2em;
border-radius: 0.5ex;
#sticky.stick {
position: fixed;
top: 0;
z-index: 10000;
border-radius: 0 0 0.5em 0.5em;


function sticky_relocate() {
var window_top = $(window).scrollTop();
var div_top = $('#sticky-anchor').offset().top;
if (window_top > div_top) {
} else {
$(function() {

Remove the sticky when find out the particular ID

Add after some content


<div  id="remover"><h1> Remove from Here </h1></div>



.stickremover{position:relative !important;}


$(window).scroll(function (event) {
var scroll = $(window).scrollTop();
//add 'ok' class when div position match or exceeds else remove the 'ok' class.
scroll >= $('#remover').offset().top
//trigger the scroll
$(window).scroll();//ensure if you're in current position when page is refreshed