Need help for site problems with RSD - Post ID 278621


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I am working on the following site -- https://industrialmaintenanceinc.com/index.html.

One of the people I am working with at the company is asking me for a few items. I would like some help to get it figured out.

1. Remove the element with class “row footer-row” that is present on most pages. The idea of spacing is good, use padding or margins instead of a separate element
2. Remove <hr> element, near the bottom, from pages
3. Footer should be positioned at the bottom of the page, on every page
4. Add a horizontal divider above the copyright to separate it from the rest of the info

Change the style to have these properties:
border-top: 1px solid #297eb5;
margin-top: 35px;
5. Blow out all the styles from this element and just have the above style on it. This will make only the border visible
6. Make every page extend to 100% of the window (should not be a white space when scrolling to the right)

Thanks


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I forgot to attach a rsd file. http://bit.ly/2DT1uVu


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Terry wrote:
I forgot to attach a rsd file. http://bit.ly/2DT1uVu


This just opens what looks like an image rather than a file
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Terry wrote:
I am working on the following site -- https://industrialmaintenanceinc.com/index.html.

One of the people I am working with at the company is asking me for a few items. I would like some help to get it figured out.

1. Remove the element with class “row footer-row” that is present on most pages. The idea of spacing is good, use padding or margins instead of a separate element
2. Remove <hr> element, near the bottom, from pages
3. Footer should be positioned at the bottom of the page, on every page
4. Add a horizontal divider above the copyright to separate it from the rest of the info

Change the style to have these properties:
border-top: 1px solid #297eb5;
margin-top: 35px;
5. Blow out all the styles from this element and just have the above style on it. This will make only the border visible
6. Make every page extend to 100% of the window (should not be a white space when scrolling to the right)

Thanks



1/ Simply select the row with class=footer-row delete the class and WITHOUT DOING ANYTHING ELSE type in whatever class name you want to give it, that way it will retain all the styling that was present, although I can't see what is wrong with having a row class called footer-row as this makes it easily identifiable for future editing (especially if it's not you doing the editing)
6/ set every row max width= none (if you have subgrids or other elements set them width=100% )

The other stuff I don't follow what is required without seeing the actual RSD project
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(should not be a white space when scrolling to the right)
The scrolling is because you haven't properly responsified it at the lower breakpoiints

you really should attach the RSD file so that we can have a proper look and advise accordingly
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As Wayan is saying, we need to see the .rsd file to fully understand what you, or the one you are working with, want. To me, it seems that your point 1 and 3 are defeating each other; you want to have the footer removed - and then you want to have it on each page. Or is it the class name that your colleague is objecting against? If so, then I'd say: the customer is NOT ALWAYS right. ;)
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The link given did lead to an RSD file downloadable from Google Drive. To save any further difficulty I have temporarily put a copy of it here.

Frank


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Terry wrote:
I am working on the following site -- https://industrialmaintenanceinc.com/index.html.

One of the people I am working with at the company is asking me for a few items. I would like some help to get it figured out.

1. Remove the element with class “row footer-row” that is present on most pages. The idea of spacing is good, use padding or margins instead of a separate element
2. Remove <hr> element, near the bottom, from pages
3. Footer should be positioned at the bottom of the page, on every page
4. Add a horizontal divider above the copyright to separate it from the rest of the info

Change the style to have these properties:
border-top: 1px solid #297eb5;
margin-top: 35px;
5. Blow out all the styles from this element and just have the above style on it. This will make only the border visible
6. Make every page extend to 100% of the window (should not be a white space when scrolling to the right)

Thanks



Yes it seems I misunderstood
1/ & 3? cancel each other out
Did you really mean you want delete that row or delete the inline tag "footer" (which is there to show the search engines that this is a footer section on the page, for their indexing purposes.
This row is already at the bottom of the page,
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Thanks Frank for putting file in the .rsd file. I tried to post it and the attachment kept giving me an error. When you go to careers and news page from home tab the footer is not at the bottom. If someone can help will these changes I would appreciate it very much. Does these changes make since? Would these make it look better?

Thanks


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If you remove all the negative margins on the subgrid rows, you will get rid of that horizontal scrollbar.
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My new honey site, built with RFF: http://www.horgenhonning.net/
Component sharing for RSD, RFF and RBB: http://www.horgenhonning.net/sharing/



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