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Back button [Nav Wrapper] Not showing up once I click "Preview"

#1

Hi Webflow Community,

I’m following “Creating a custom portfolio” tutorial part 8. I’m in the last video towards the very end.
I have created the “back” button and linked the button to “Home” under “Client Project Template”. I have checked the Z-index and set it to 999 so it should on the top of all the layers. But once I click “Toggle preview”, the back button just disappears. What am I doing wrong and why is not showing up?

And another quick question is I have 2 client project templates under CMS Collection pages. How do I delete the template page I’m not using?

Here is the link to my current project: https://preview.webflow.com/preview/moon-creative-studio-v2?utm_source=moon-creative-studio-v2&preview=95b9904943a17e1f9c54700e9a94a458

Thank you for your time. Any help would be much appreciated.


Here is my site Read-Only: LINK
(how to share your site Read-Only link)

#2

Hey @dashmoon! Thanks for sharing your read-only. Can you also share your published website’s link? (Your _____.webflow.io domain)

I’d like to check something out on that front as well and get back to you with a solution.

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#3
#4

Sorry for the confusion on my end, I should’ve been clearer — here’s a video demonstrating the link I’m referring to!

#5

https://moon-creative-studio-v2.webflow.io/

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#6

I believe the issue lies with the interaction on your Nav Element — if you delete or re-create the interaction, I’m willing to bet that the issue is fixed! See the following video in regards to how to remove the interaction.

Try this out and let me know if it works. :slightly_smiling_face:

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#7

Oh right…I just had to delete the Interaction. It works, thank you so so much

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#8

I have a different problem now. So when I go into a project and come back, sometimes, the menu is still open and won’t close. Would you say this is a bug or something that can be fixed?

#9

Something that can be fixed for sure! What you could do is create an interaction for each menu item, and when it’s clicked (that’s your element trigger - click), you can set your Nav Menu element back to Display: None and reset your rotating “+” sign back to its original position.

This will help you achieve the effect you’d like. Hope that helps!