Footer

Faisal Alsugair asked on June 7, 2015 01:25

I have problem with footer menue in home page, I see it on the right of home page and it should be in below because all other pages show the footer below (Just Home Page)!! please see the link: http://www.namerah.com/Home.aspx

Please advise.. thanks

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Ali Heristchian answered on June 7, 2015 08:33

Your HTML code is not valid. Some HTML envelopes isn't correctly closed or opened. Maybe you used something like this:<div><div> instead of <div></div>

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Faisal Alsugair answered on June 7, 2015 13:53

I have use the code that you suggest but I see the design of home page is not correct. Please advise if you have other options.

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Charles Matvchuk answered on June 7, 2015 20:20 (last edited on June 7, 2015 20:24)

Please either validate your code in Kentico, or use a Third party application. Your html code has issues, that is based on the html you wrote, not on Kentico.

Also this is a duplicate post you posted previously for the exact same issue. It was indicated in that post that your html is not formatted properly as well.

I would recommend that you pick up reference material and read up on html and CSS and proper way to open and close tags, such as

etc.

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kyle shapiro answered on June 8, 2015 18:27 (last edited on June 8, 2015 20:08)

Move your zoneFooter div to a different location in the html. Try placing it in home > inner > center > after padding. If you want it full screen width, it will require some html and possibly css. Here is a little example of a footer http://jsfiddle.net/Lgf5rpzx/.

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Ryan R answered on June 9, 2015 01:29 (last edited on June 9, 2015 01:29)

On thing that I have done in the past is grab the source code from your home page, and also from a working page (use View Source).

Now paste that source into a diff tool such as Diff Now

Often times when I do this I find some dumb mistake that I made (as others have said, it looks like a div not being closed or is nested on accident). The technique has saved me hours in the past.

Also, look into something like "clear:both" or a "clear fix". Might be the issue as well.

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Faisal Alsugair answered on June 9, 2015 02:25

Hi Charles Matvchuk,

Thank you, I find errors after Validate the code, How can I edit the code?.

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Charles Matvchuk answered on June 9, 2015 15:30

@faisal, I would assume that it is either in the Master Page layout or the home page layout. Go to design and edit the layout and look for area's that your validation indicated. As others have indicated It is probably the fact that you either haven't closed all your div's properly or you need to use clear.

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