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Mystery Footer

Thread began 7/31/2009 5:20 pm by Brad Lawryk | Last modified 7/31/2009 6:11 pm by Brad Lawryk | 1222 views | 3 replies |

Brad Lawryk

Mystery Footer

Okay, I started a new page, again just with the defaults. Did NOT choose footer to be full width.

Why am I getting a bar at the bottom of the page saying that I have a full width footer?



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Jimmy Wu

I'm not sure why the div would appear if you didn't select Fixed Full Width footer from the drop down box, but its easy to fix. If you go to the bottom of your page and remove this line the fixed full width footer will be removed:

<div id="fixedFullWidthFooter">Fixed Full Width Footer</div>

edit: As Jason points out in the next post, it does appear to be a bug with choosing a different setting and then changing back to normal.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Interesting. This appears to be a Bug in CSS Sculptor. If you select a Rounded Corner layout, and change the footer from normal to any of the other options, then click apply and preview it, you will not be able to set it back to normal.

When you try to set it back to normal, after changing it to any of the other options, the change will not take.

If you do not apply any changes to the footer, the page will be generated correctly though.

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Brad Lawryk

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  Interesting. This appears to be a Bug in CSS Sculptor.  

Awesome, found a bug on the first day ;-)

Well glad that it wasn't just me. At least I know now.


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