I’m building a one page site, and have been using the Sections stack in Foundry. It’s really nice and makes things pretty easy to do. I’ve run into a couple issues, though:
I’m using “Enable Navigation Items” to make it look like a traditional website with a navigation menu. The stack gives you the option of placing the menu on the Left or Right. Is there any way to place it in the center? Some CSS I might be able to use?
Is it possible to get a footer that goes edge to edge? I want the footer to be a different color than the section above it, but can’t figure out how to accomplish this. If I just make a footer and put it outside the “Section” stack, it isn’t viewable when scrolling down to the bottom of the site. If I make it its own section, then it appears in the navigation.
Once the site is published, the sections are distinguished from one another in the URL in a browser by adding a “/#anchor1” or “/#anchor4” or whatever. Is there any way to change this naming scheme? I’d like it to say the title of the section instead (e.g., “/contact”).
I’m beginning to notice that this might not be the best method for a one page site if the content of the sections increases beyond screen height. For instance, putting a blog in one of the sections. Has anyone else found that to be problematic?
OK, I think those are all the questions I’ve got. For now.
Thanks, everyone. Adam, this a great stack and a great method to create a one page site!