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I've problem with my site :MTD O nas PL -Transport ponadgabarytowy . In one breakpoint (851px-1200px) appears white space before footer. In other breakpoints works fine. Any idea ?

This is quite easy to fix:

When you reduce your page width, the images are scaling down proportionally and this results in a gap at the bottom of the page.

You can fix this, by choosing menu „Page/Page Properties“ and reduce your minimal(!) page height considerably. Set it, for example, to 500 px. Page height is dynamic. It will alway have a height, which allows all elements to stay within the page area.

Do this for every breakpoint and you will have successfully killed the gap!

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White gap before footer

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Hi

I've problem with my site :MTD O nas PL -Transport ponadgabarytowy . In one breakpoint (851px-1200px) appears white space before footer. In other breakpoints works fine. Any idea ?

This is quite easy to fix:

When you reduce your page width, the images are scaling down proportionally and this results in a gap at the bottom of the page.

You can fix this, by choosing menu „Page/Page Properties“ and reduce your minimal(!) page height considerably. Set it, for example, to 500 px. Page height is dynamic. It will alway have a height, which allows all elements to stay within the page area.

Do this for every breakpoint and you will have successfully killed the gap!

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Hi Wojtek_Wojtek,

Can you please post a screenshot for our reference.

I am probably missing it out from my eyes.

Thanks,

Ankush

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Bez-nazwy-1.jpg

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Delete all pages but the, one you linked, delete all breakpoints except the misbehaving ones.

Share this reduced .muse file with us, using Dropbox, CC Files or a similar service. You may follow these recommendations: https://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-8652

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Hello Günter !

Here is link to my file:

https://adobe.ly/2DZQadH

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This is quite easy to fix:

When you reduce your page width, the images are scaling down proportionally and this results in a gap at the bottom of the page.

You can fix this, by choosing menu „Page/Page Properties“ and reduce your minimal(!) page height considerably. Set it, for example, to 500 px. Page height is dynamic. It will alway have a height, which allows all elements to stay within the page area.

Do this for every breakpoint and you will have successfully killed the gap!

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Yes Yes Yes !!!

It works ! Günter you are awesome as always. Thanks a lot

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Fine!

But one more thing (© Steve Jobs): Is there a good reason why you have placed these images onto the master page?

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This is multilingual page, and as I understood thats the way to do it

source : Muse Jam: Building Multi-Lingual Websites in Adobe Muse - YouTube

am'I wrong ?

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Ah! In this case: Very fine and time saving idea!

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Fine, thx one more time

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