Responsive Design: Make header/footer areas independent of desktop version
Currently when you create a mobile device "responsive" design, the page depth stays the same in all versions. This means that if you create a portrait mobile phone design *of course* the footer is going to be pushed further down the page. This means that there's now a bunch of empty space at the bottom of the desktop version, which is totally unacceptable.
If someone has a workaround, please post it. Otherwise, this makes the product completely useless for responsive design!
AdminMichael (Forum Admin, Webydo) commented
You are able to change the content heights and footer heights on tablet and mobile devices independent of the desktop. Meaning you can have a content height of 1000 on desktop and 800 on mobile if that is what you want.
Most likely there is an element that is in the way blocking you from being able to bring up your footer. If you send your SID to email@example.com or come onto live chat we will be more than happy to help you figure out what is in the way.
Hope this helps!
The Webydo Team