I'm planning on migrating a bunch of my Microsites and my main website to a Responsive Design framework (probably Bootstrap).
The folks in marketing are very keen on having our main Logo visible on every Microsite. It already is on most of these sites, it's just not in a standard place as each site is different.
So what I'm trying to do is have the logo and tagline in a consistent spot for every site. People can get back to our main site by clicking on the logo. While I need this, I also think its a good idea to display each local menu (microsite menu) in a consistent spot.
So below is what I came up with in Bootstrap 3. Two fixed-top navbars: 1 for the main website and 1 for the local microsite.
Can anyone critique this, give me pro's and cons of this implementation? Is there anything inherently wrong with it?
I'm not set on the colors of the Navbars, they can change, I'm more wondering about the functionality.
(also, maybe this question is off topic or too specific here, thought this was the best place for it though)