Hi Stan, thank you very much for trying to help me. The bug I experienced appears in the mobile version of the published site (it does not appear in Webflow, only on the published site).
You can confirm that this bug exists by entering https://dustradar.com/ from a cell phone. You will see that when you lower the scroll bar to the end of the page, a kind of tremor occurs, which does not allow you to see the footer in its entirety.
The curious thing is that this bug only occurs on the “home page”.
If I could send you a video I would show you this bug. I have tested the cellular version of the website on a Motorola g71 (my phone), a Huawei, and an iPhone. The bug happens in the two models that I mention first, however, it does not happen in iPhone.
I’m going to upload a video of the bug to YouTube Shorts, and there you can see the bug:
hi @Laureano_LOPEZ_BARBE sorry I cant help more as I do not own Android phone as it can be specific to this platform. What I do see you have 2 footers but I do not see main footer be hidden on mobile viewport. May be this can be an issue as these 2 footers fight with each other. I really do not know as I never created two footers (only one with correct responsive design)
@Stan OK, thank you too. I have already tried cutting the footers and reviewing the page again, but it seems that the error is not due to this. Likewise, the bug does not persist on other pages such as “shop”, or “FAQs”, in which both footers also coexist.
I think I’ll have to contact Webflow support. Thanks all the same!
That’s what I’ve been doing. I’ve been cutting section by section, posting and re-watching this bug. I have only not been able to perform this procedure in those sections that contain “collection list wrapper” or “Add to Cart” elements since Webflow does not allow me to cut these.
ok @Laureano_LOPEZ_BARBE Have now checked website in chrome dev tools and page doesn’t scroll to the end until I have removed part of e-commerce section.
Please check this video to see where issue can be and revisit this section.
NOTE: creating mobile version for each section is not good practice as these days we have tools to create a fully responsive design.