I am in the process of finishing up a website. I am having a hard time keeping the footer below all the text. Is there a way to lock the text so it doesn’t move. Also is there a way for it to look good on all browsers as well as the iPhone and iPad? I am a new user coming from iWeb and am getting a bit frustrated over here, so any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks so much.
The so called good looking on devices is (up to my little knowledge) to spread into three main topics (which is not really Freeway related):
Simply run the page as it is. It is then a very small one - naturally, but if you allow “zooming” it should be good.
The concept of redirect. This requires a second (or even third) complete new page-design and the inbuilt redirect to devices action. Most of the Freeway-users call this “too much work” - I call it the biggest chance and the one and only possibility in a WYSIWYG driven world.
The @media queries as the hardest bullet to proof. This is the concept of having items on the page with relative width values in percentage. But this requires a lot of experience on the construction side of life - and furthermore and a measure of “imagination” how to re-position them at a certain breakpoint (device-width).
But as I said:
It is often declared as “Freeway Problem” - but all the rest of the world has to fight with this as well - even with the more on work.
A little sidekick (to all readers):
Grab somewhere an iPhone image, go to your favorite design-tool and try to re-design your current page to fit this device. I promise you: very exciting