The link and the text are of same color and links have an hover underline effect on it. But not always, if there is enough content on the page to push the footer lower, it still does that. I also used Ms. Menezes’ solution, although I did modify her code to not require jQuery. The foundation … With or without a top nav, it is very common for sites to have a sticky footer. Below are the step to do a sticky footer. Things are flexible. Themes. I’ve been using a jQuery function to add a ‘fixed’ class to the footer if the content-height is less than the page-height. Seems pretty bullet-proof. The push was also clever because it very likely didn’t have any bottom margin of it’s own. It had a negative margin equal to the height of the footer. For browsers that don’t support Flexbox, I am not fussed about the stickiness of the footer. How to have a footer in the bottom of the page on any case?-1. I’m sure in time I’ll lean on modern feature as we get further away from legacy. And yeah, we’re using viewport units here as another little trick to avoid having to set 100% body height before you can set 100% wrapper height. First, we need to set min-height 100% for a body HTML according to an element with position relative. At first I tried just including the