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#1 2019-10-03 01:19:26

pideja
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From: Montreal
Registered: 2013-02-26
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pallet-footer relationship

Must the footer be over the pallet?
In this first picture we see the pallet:
pallet.png
As we know, that gap at the bottom is the footer:
footer

Clearly, the footer is over the pallet. Is there a way to have the pallet go over the footer?

And, I have tried CSS to control the minimum width of that pallet but it's stuck at 200px.

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#2 2019-10-03 05:44:26

rod barbee
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Re: pallet-footer relationship

I'm not really following what you want to do.
The pallet is above the footer so I'm not sure what you mean.


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#3 2019-10-04 23:03:24

pideja
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Re: pallet-footer relationship

I'm trying out this idea: I'd like for the pallet (beige) to run all the way down and over the footer. It's not like that now, but when I did try it, the pallet would stop at the footer, just like the blue area in the example picture I posted.

This might not be a good idea, but I am wondering if it could be done.

Last edited by pideja (2019-10-04 23:03:41)

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#4 2019-10-04 23:58:19

Daniel Leu
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Re: pallet-footer relationship

pideja wrote:

This might not be a good idea, but I am wondering if it could be done.

Where there's a will there's a way... and Phplugins or Javascript. Due to the page structure this is not something easy to do.

I can think of several ways to achieve this:

1) Using Javascript, you could move the footer element to a different location at the bottom of the main content. This would likely need some additional CSS to finish the task.

2) With phplugins, use main_bottom to create a new custom footer at the bottom of the main section.

3) Using a custom footer, trick the footer to have two elements, the 'continuation of the pallet' and the footer. Visually, it would look like the pallet continues.

As you see, there are many ways to go to Rome, but there is no easy way to get there.


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#5 2019-10-05 02:34:48

pideja
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Re: pallet-footer relationship

Thanks Daniel, I might just try this.

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