I've searched the forum high and low for a resolution, but found nothing. Apologies if this has been answered (though I will be secretly happy!).
I would like to have two navbars on the same page, and on the same "plane". The "navbar" on the left is essentially a language drop-down menu. The navbar on the right is the actual website navbar.
Language "Navbar" on left
Website Navbar on right
For the language menu, the reason I want to use a navbar and not a dropdown is that I want the language menu dropdown and links to replicate the navbar's (i.e. dropdown links cover entire page width, same menu easing, etc.).
The problem is that since navbars use 100% width, both the language menu and navbar are on top of each other. Reducing the width of one so that the other can be clicked doesn't work, as then the dropdown links don't cover the entire width of the page.
Have I confused anyone?! I've tried a million different things, no success yet. I'd love some help from a smarter/better webflow designer