We use this technique to help the user digest a lot of content and still be able to easily navigate around the page to the different subsections.
A sticky nav will work on multiple screen sizes. Here's what it looks like on a Desktop:
Search Engines love this technique as it helps them understand how content on a page is structured and is inter related.
As the user scrolls past the sticky Nav, it stays fixed at the top of the page so that it is easier for the user to navigate around the page.
An example of page is at: https://www.summitbicycles.com/articles/2020-trek-fuel-ex-mountain-bikes-pg528.htm
Enter each category that will be the section title on the page. ** Avoid using /(slash) or double quotes **
As you add Category names in the list below the sticky Nav HTML is automatically built in the textarea below.
On the right are the Blocks of HTML that you'll insert into separate divider sections that will sit above each of the distinct sections that you'll be building. Each stop, is where the screen will scroll to when the user clicks the button on the Sticky Nav.