Heading text problem

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Heading text problem

Post by ps76 » Tue Oct 30, 2018 4:45 pm

Hi, a quick question as I am working on my new webpage - www.granvista.dk/webtest. Got a long way since last contact, I think... :P

I have at the very bottom (when seing it in full screen) a heading with the text "Ofte stillede spørgsmål. Hvis du vil vide mere, klik her".

However, in tablet or smartphone format, this text jumps up higher on the page and sits right on top of some of the other pictures on the page,rather that stay at the bottom.

I imagine its something obvious You can answer right away - but if You need it, I can send the folder and the project file.

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Re: Heading text problem

Post by Pablo » Tue Oct 30, 2018 4:53 pm

The heading is not part of a layer or layout grid, so it has a fixed position.

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Re: Heading text problem

Post by ps76 » Tue Oct 30, 2018 5:45 pm

okay...so how do You suggest it is solved? I can see same problem, if I just make a plain text. It still moves up on smaller screens. What I need is simply a link - be it plain text, a button or whatever - to link to the FAQ`s.

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Re: Heading text problem

Post by Pablo » Tue Oct 30, 2018 5:59 pm

All your other objects are inside a layout grid, the header is not.
To solve this issue, make the heading part of a layout grid instead of placing it 'randomly' on the page.

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