Critique my new website + Sticky Footer Problems
# November 1, 2012 at 10:36 pm
Hmm, I really like it, a couple things are a little iffy…The contact button, I don’t see why it isn’t inline with the other nav items, having it way to the right makes it a bit awkward. Also, the extra wide sidebar, doesn’t really fit as it should either, it would be better if it was a little thinner. Additionally, I would add some kind of hover state to the search button, that is a little bit of a pet peeve of mine…change the cursor to pointer at least?
Everything else, is absolutely solid. I love the colors , fonts, type, and design…# November 2, 2012 at 2:57 am
Hmmm _John_ I haven’t tested it on a high resolution monitor yet. So is the sticky footer working or not?
@kgscott284 thanks for the reply. I could make it in with the main-nav I suppose :) yeah I agree about the search button, I’ll do the same rollovers with the form buttons, too! Yeah the sidebar is ~300px; I suppose that is quite a big area just for a sidebar, I’ll make my main-content area bigger and reduce my sidebar.
Thank you, man.# November 2, 2012 at 4:33 am
Yeah, John I see what you mean now! It’s making the whole page scroll when it shouldn’t :/
What have I done wrong? Do I need to put my whole website in a container div? I have a div class of page-wrap but that is used obviously to keep the content inline whilst the background images stretch to the full width of the browser…# November 2, 2012 at 6:15 am
You’d need to start by taking the class of .pagewrap off the div inside the footer and changing the height of the footer to , I think, 105px.
I see it’s also on a div inside the header…that’s probably not right too.
By the way, it’s not necessary to add width:100% to divs…they automatically are 100% wide.
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