3 Form number (Aprimo)
4 Disclosure information (inside or outside a toggle)
5 Links to other relevant sites (see “link” documentation)
6 Social icons (Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn)
Websites should have a footer at the bottom of each page to let users know they have reached end of the content.
When the footer is used with applications, you do have the option to do a full width navigation modifier. This allows the content to expand beyond the recommended 1600px mark. Without the modifier the gray footer style will expand full width, but the content maxed out at 1600px. This is only for use with applications, do not use on marketing sites or in conjunction with hero image components. Do not mix and match full width and max width 1600 components. Must match the corporate nav, section nav and site title and nav if present. .Footer--full
Mobile applications should not have a footer.
Footer content can be customized for each website based on user need and legal or compliance requirements. The footer should remain consistent across an entire site, although the disclosure information and form number may change page to page as needed.