Yes js is doing a lot of the work, I agree but everyone comes in with their limitations.
@rickardbe this issue right now is, do you want those links to be section links to the page (which would mean for example your contact form would be one of the sections of that main page), or do you want them to be their own pages?
You can do it either way, for instance you could let the top navigation that we are talking about now be just navigation to the sections of the page, while the contact and project links could be down in the section you call VAD VI KAN HJÄLPA DIG MED
So, pls make that decision. With this design, usually the top links are page navigation, because the whole idea is to provide quite a bit of info on that page, including intro, about, what we do and so on. People will navigate down and can click on your pics or links to your projects.
If you just want those links to click, then could you possibly find the template html for that section or even the whole page, that would help us figure out how to fix it.
It could be the js that Marc mentions, or it could be done in classes in the html/css. So we would need to see more code to troubleshoot.
PS BTW if you decide to go back to the original design of the page navigation being up top and always available as people go through the page sections, then you could just go back to the original design code, as far as that navigation. Modx isn’t needed for that function, and pdomenu wouldn’t be needed. Instead you may decide to put the pdomenu in elsewhere on the page. That top section will work by itself, you can change the names but the code should work because the ids of the sections will match