How to use Footer in a sentence as a noun

Meanwhile a distracting footer covers >25% of the page, and clicking the intuitive "down arrow"-looking thing does nothing, nor is there an obvious close button.

As you can see from the citation style and LaTeX footer, it was suggested by my advisor that I submit a draft to one of the general ACM journals for publication, but I never got around to it, so I never fully proofed the paper either.

Back when compromised Wordpress websites were a serious problem, every single one I saw -- not a small number, cleaning them up was something we did at the time -- used Javascript in the footer of one or more files to attempt to hit the browser.

Make the effort to write properly in emails, and to include an email footer etc.

You could even lobby for a link in the footer with "Site design based on ...".

The best part is when you get to the footer and see: "Like the FTC on Facebook".

Someone's first step into using PHP is likely going to be "I want the current date in the footer of my page", or "I want a random image on my homepage", or something like that.

If you scroll all the way down, there is a special footer just before the comment box.

One concern is this, in the footer:> This website was made in Jan 2013 by Philippe Dubost for the sole purpose of a playful and creative job search.

Not to mention breaking the back button and the footer-at-the-end-of-the-rainbow issue.

Beginners are struggling for hours to create hoverover effects and persistent footer.

LinkedIn's shy footer is a drop in the bucket of troubles for their dev staff.

Is that a UI design pattern to decrease server load?There's nothing intrinsically wrong with search in the footer, but it defies 15 years of convention and thus takes a big hit to discoverability.

Footer definitions

noun

(used only in combinations) the height or length of something in feet; "he is a six-footer"; "the golfer sank a 40-footer"; "his yacht is a 60-footer"

noun

a person who travels by foot

See also: pedestrian walker

noun

a printed note placed below the text on a printed page

See also: footnote