Footer doesn't keep responsive size when pasted

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IzzyAvraham
 
 
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Footer doesn't keep responsive size when pasted

Post by IzzyAvraham » Sun May 19, 2019 4:44 pm

I have a master page embedded in the footer so when I need to update a link I don't need to update every page. The problem is that when I copy and paste the footer to a new page it retains its height of 200x in the main page/default view, but in the responsive page/320x it changes height from 370x to 200x, what it is on the main page. This hides half the links in the responsive view.

For example, look at the footer on the main page of my website here in default and responsive modes: http://yeshuagroups.com

Then look at what happens to the footer in responsive mode when I copy and paste it to a new page: http://yeshuagroups.com/temp.html

Is there a way to fix this? Thanks for your help!

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Pablo
 
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Re: Footer doesn't keep responsive size when pasted

Post by Pablo » Sun May 19, 2019 5:03 pm

I'm sorry, breakpoint data is not copied because the values are only only valid within the content of the current page.
The other page may have a complete different stucture (with different IDS, positions sizes etc) and inserting the breakpoint data could corrupt the layout.

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