Footers are areas of a website found at the bottom of the page, and traditionally contain elements such as a copyright notice, links to various site-specific documents like a sitemap, privacy policy or contact page. They occasionally contain other elements and even controls, depending on site design....

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Usability of expandable footers on responsive websites

My coworkers and I were discussing what might be a trend in e-commerce websites: expandable footers. Here's an example from Topshop.com: And when expanded: I poked around for research or ...
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Footer links necessary if navbar is fixed on small business website?

I'm developing a website for a friend's startup. It's a really small website with only 4-6 pages. Currently I have designed the website with a fixed navbar (and a fixed menu toggle button on mobile). ...