First: The Footer text is not within the footer. As far as I know, I’ve not defined any classes that would make the columns bigger than the container they are in, so kinda confused why a container within a section is larger than the section.
Tried putting it in a Div block, no change to location of the footer text.
Also, that ‘top of page’ section should be in the section above it, instead it seems to be ‘hanging below’ the section. I had set the position to ‘relative’. Please correct me if I’m wrong but I thought that relative meant ‘relative to the container it is in’. Because that first section has an interaction ‘v’ in it and that’s working but this ‘top of page’ one seems to have a mind of it’s own.
ok, I’ll reply in sections because it’ll be easier to hash out the issues separately I think.
First, my structure is this:
— column 1
— column 2
Why is the text not inside the footer section? It shouldn’t matter what the bottom margin in, I’ve placed the text inside a column, inside a container, inside a section. Correct me if I’m wrong, but unless I modify anything BUT the container, all spacing should be relative to the container should it not?
That being said, The text has 0 margins/paddings with auto-position. The columns have default 0 margins/paddings with auto-position. The Row has default 0 margins/paddings with auto-position. The Container has default 0 margins/paddings with auto-position(I removed the bottom margin just to check) and nothing changed.
I have only looked at the Desktop version and it looks like this.
My bad, it’s not a ‘section’, I meant to call it an element. It’s this thing that is sitting on the bottom of the page(should be sitting on the bottom of the teaser section)
I’ve set that position ‘relative’ to bottom/right. Does not ‘relative’ mean 'relative to the sectio’n it is within? Because when I used the exact same option for another text link on the same page, it stays within it’s own section.
Yes. I needed to push down the ‘first section’ as well as have an in-page link to ‘top’. I found that if I just linked to the first section, it wouldn’t show the whole nav-bar. It was a bit ago so can’t recall exactly what the details were but this was the only solution where I could name a place on the page and be able to link to it and have everything line up nicely while retaining a floating menu.