I don’t think so. Tagging a div as footr will give the code
<footer ...>. Adding a custom attribute will do something like
<div name=value ...>
At the moment if I try to give Nav to your nav symbol it takes it, but as soon as I select elsewhere, it loses it.
However, your footer seems to retain its footer tag.
So your navbar is:
<div class="w-nav navbar" data-collapse="medium" data-animation="default" data-duration="400"><a class="w-nav-brand w--current" href="/">
and your footer is:
<footer class="w-section footer-section"><div class="w-container footer-container">
I thought that when you use a Webflow Navbar widget, it will deal with the tags for you even if it’s turned to a symbol.
look what the codes turns to when you drag a div, put your navbar symbol in it and give the div the nav tag:
<nav><div class="w-nav navbar" data-collapse="medium" data-animation="default" data-duration="400">...</div></nav>
If you look at webflows’ UI, you have 2 nav elements, but in the code only the outer div, that’s outside the symbol, gets the
I tend to put symbols into containers, and to put a container for anything inside the symbol too, so I never have to style the element that’s turned to the symbol.
Maybe you’re facing a but because you’ve been manipulating the navbar a lot during design. now that you know what you want, try to redo it from scratch and check in the exported code when the navbar tends to lose its