In Breakpoint: footer goes on top of what's at the end

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AshukemMichel
 
 
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In Breakpoint: footer goes on top of what's at the end

Post by AshukemMichel » Thu Mar 28, 2019 11:40 pm

Hi,

I have a situation that i don't actually know how to explain. I hope I will make myself understood.

In 320 breakpoint on my homepage (which is from a template) I have a problem with the ending. The footer goes on top of what's at the end. Depending on the actual device that is compatible with 320 (iphone, samsung galaxy etc.), the footer covers more or less of the layer grid that is at the end of the page. Picture below.

Everything is fine on the other pages, is just this one that looks like this.

Sometimes if i make other edits of the layer grid (like add more writing in the text box there or put more spaces), it makes a gap between the footer and the layout grid. Sometimes even when i don't make any edits is still a gap. The footer from the master page should come exactly at the end, and not have this weird gap.

It's like it had it's own mind.

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Re: In Breakpoint: footer goes on top of what's at the end

Post by Lasa » Fri Mar 29, 2019 2:07 am

Could it be that the 320 page needs to be longer?
try extending the page length in properties..
Just a guess,
Lasa

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Re: In Breakpoint: footer goes on top of what's at the end

Post by Pablo » Fri Mar 29, 2019 7:23 am

To be able to help you I need to see your project file.

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