You’ve worked so hard to design a new website. You have a beautiful layout, stunning photography, and relevant content. But just when you think your job is done, you remember the footer. Many web designers do not attribute sufficient importance to website footers.
Why should a visitor feel lost once they reach the bottom of your web page, with only a copyright notice or a credit link. The use of footers in website has expanded over time, and now should often be used for blog and twitter updates, navigation, and improved user experience. Website footers are a great place to point your visitors to important areas of your site. The footer of your website should be considered an integral part of any complete design, and your web designer should implement layout and content to match, and often enhance, your website.