How to create a sticky footer

A sticky footer is a page footer section which automatically adapts its vertical position to the bottom of the page. You can see it in many modern web sites and it is well supported in CSS (see a CSS script in here). Well, Axure wise, there are good news and bad news. Or in other words – it is partially supported… You can define a master footer and make it stick to the bottom of the browser page. It will always appear at the bottom of the browser window. How to implement the sticky footer: Add a new master in Axure for the footer layout. Select the footer and convert it into a dynamic panel. Right click the dynamic panel and pin it to browser (see image below)

Axure on a mobile device

In this post I would like to share with you the way I structure the Axure sitemap to best support a mobile design. My targets are: Be able to test and share the prototype on a real mobile device – making it behave as close as possible to the real thing. Clearly define the set of pages required and the transitions involved. Easily maintain the project How to build the Axure sitemap Its all about the iPhone body image. The idea is to show it when you are testing the prototype on a PC screen but to hide it when you are testing the prototype on an iPhone browser. One easy solution for that is to use the Axure inline frame (iFrame) widget. You can find it in the standard “wireframe” library as we

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