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Why Full-Header

Thread began 5/16/2010 5:14 am by Cologne | Last modified 5/17/2010 3:05 pm by Eric Mittman | 820 views | 3 replies |

Cologne

Why Full-Header

Hello,

can someone show/tell me the reason for a FULL-HEADER and/or FOOTER?
Some images how that works or look like would be cool.

Cheers
Denis

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Eric Mittman

The full width header is just as it's name states, it is a header that extends the full width of the page in the browser rather then just the content area, I'm including a screen shot of this.

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Cologne

Hi Eric,

thanks for the answer...I know how it looks like, I would like to know, for what it is useful :-)

Most I see ist that the Login an contact is placed there.

Maybe twitter.com is full header, too?

Cheers
Denis

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Eric Mittman

I'm personally not a big fan of full width designs so I'm not really sure when you would want to use this. I could see it being helpful if you wanted to immediately call out something on the page since it takes up the full area at the top. It is really just a design thing and would only affect the style of the site, not it's functionality.

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