[Pro] footer and inline layout

i have just read walters reply concerning footers in master page but i would be happy if i could build one on a “normal” page.

like this one:
http://www.cssstickyfooter.com/de/

if the content grows, this will push the footer down (you’ll see it, if you zoom). also, i would like to have the page centered. therefore i’ve build an inline construction and
i’ve tried some extended options (width: 100% and bottom: 0) without any success. you can see the work (in progress) here:
http://www.m-foerger.de/index02.html

could anybody give some advice?
dieter


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I saw this years ago, and tried very hard to actualize it in Freeway without success. It is at odds with Freeway’s layout model in CSS-positioned mode. It is trivial to enable in a hand-coded page, and converting a Freeway layout to allow it to do its thing will break fundamental things about the Freeway CSS-positioned layout that make it work cross-browser.

Walter

On Feb 21, 2013, at 10:50 AM, Dieter wrote:

i have just read walters reply concerning footers in master page but i would be happy if i could build one on a “normal” page.

like this one:
New CSS Sticky Footer - 2010 - HTML for Bottom of Page Footer

if the content grows, this will push the footer down (you’ll see it, if you zoom). also, i would like to have the page centered. therefore i’ve build an inline construction and
i’ve tried some extended options (width: 100% and bottom: 0) without any success. you can see the work (in progress) here:
http://www.m-foerger.de/index02.html

could anybody give some advice?
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You might want to try this Action from Paul Dunning: http://actionsworld.com/Actions/MakeFooter/index.php

Walter

On Feb 21, 2013, at 11:18 AM, Walter Lee Davis wrote:

I saw this years ago, and tried very hard to actualize it in Freeway without success. It is at odds with Freeway’s layout model in CSS-positioned mode. It is trivial to enable in a hand-coded page, and converting a Freeway layout to allow it to do its thing will break fundamental things about the Freeway CSS-positioned layout that make it work cross-browser.

Walter

On Feb 21, 2013, at 10:50 AM, Dieter wrote:

i have just read walters reply concerning footers in master page but i would be happy if i could build one on a “normal” page.

like this one:
http://www.cssstickyfooter.com/de/

if the content grows, this will push the footer down (you’ll see it, if you zoom). also, i would like to have the page centered. therefore i’ve build an inline construction and
i’ve tried some extended options (width: 100% and bottom: 0) without any success. you can see the work (in progress) here:
http://www.m-foerger.de/index02.html

could anybody give some advice?
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could anybody give some advice?

the simplest answer is inline layout. try it, FOR FREE

http://cssway.thebigerns.com/products/inline-basic-layout/


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the simplest answer is inline layout. try it, FOR FREE

Thanks Ernie, great example

Contrary to the Softpress marketing materials, to build a professional level website, FW users need to have an understanding of the fundamentals of inline (box model) layouts, basic understanding of CSS and some rudimentary knowledge of HTML wont hurt either.

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thanks walter for your explanation.
so it was not my lack of knowledge … :wink: a
i’ve tried pauls actional ready, but the footer will not be pushed down when the content grows … the footer keeps its place at the bottom of the windows (what the action is actualy for!)

dieter

On 21 Feb 2013, 4:05 pm, waltd wrote:

You might want to try this Action from Paul Dunning: http://actionsworld.com/Actions/MakeFooter/index.php

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thanks for your link, ernie.

i’ve tested inline for many hours - for free (for my clients…) - and if you took a look to my link you should have seen the inline construction of the page. maybe not perfect, but its still in progress and for test-purposes.

dieter

On 21 Feb 2013, 4:26 pm, The Big Erns wrote:

the simplest answer is inline layout. try it, FOR FREE

http://cssway.thebigerns.com/products/inline-basic-layout/


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