Malloc Malloc - 1 year ago 107
iOS Question

tableFooterView property doesn't fix the footer at the bottom of the table view

I am setting a footer view in the viewDidLoad method:

UIView *fView = [[UIView alloc] initWithFrame:CGRectMake(0, 718, 239, 50)];
fView.backgroundColor =[UIColor yellowColor];
self.table.tableFooterView = fView;

Unfortunately, the footer is not drawing in the specified
specified above, but it stick with the cells, so if the table view has 4 cells, the footer will be drawn in the 5th cell.

I even tried the protocol method,

- (UIView *)tableView:(UITableView *)tableView viewForFooterInSection:(NSInteger)section{

UIView *fView = [[UIView alloc] initWithFrame:CGRectMake(0, 0, 239, 50)];
fView.backgroundColor =[UIColor yellowColor];
return fView;

the problem is not resolved, I am sure
property should fi the footer view at the bottom of the table view but I am not sure what I may be missing here? Thanx in advance.

Answer Source

Since your goal is to have a footer that stays fixed at the bottom of the screen, and not scroll with the table, then you can't use a table view footer. In fact, you can't even use a UITableViewController.

You must implement your view controller as a UIViewController. Then you add your own table view as a subview. You also add your footer as a subview of the view controller's view, not the table view. Make sure you size the table view so its bottom is at the top of the footer view.

You will need to make your view controller conform to the UITableViewDataSource and UITableViewDelegate protocols and hook everything up to replicate the functionality of UITableViewController.

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