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18 June 2021


A footer is on nearly all the www pages. One places there such information as contact detailes, website's owner information or even an additional menu. Most of the time a footer is identical on all the subpages. Moreover, It can be displayed in different places on subpages depending on the content amount.
In this tutorial you'll find out how to create a website with a well-functioning footer.

What is a footer?

Add elements to a footer

Footer features


What is a footer?

In website builder WebWave footer is a template. Elements which are in a footer are displayed on every webpage. Footer differs from a template in that template elements are displayed in the same place on every webpage. Footer elements are displayed always directly under elements located on a webpage, regardless of their location. it means that footer will be displayed differently on every webpage depending on amount of content.

 Add elements to a footer

To add element to a footer, you have to drag it to a group "Footer" in the Layers panel.


You can also select an element which you want to add to your footer and click "Footer" in the Settings panel in order to add it.



After adding an element to your footer it will be automatically added below any other elements on this webpage.



 Footer features

After selecting footer on a Layers panel the properties of your footer will show up on a Settings panel.


  • Minimum spacing from the footer to the top - shows how high the footer will rise if there are no elements to pull it away. If we want our footer to be respectively far from the top ( even if there are no elements), then we can set it up here.
  • Footer spacing from elements - sets a stabe gap between the lowest element of your content and the footer. Thanks to this, the footer will not "stick" to other elements nad will always keep some distance from the content