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Fixed Full Width Footer Problem

Thread began 10/25/2009 4:49 am by tim376588 | Last modified 10/26/2009 8:56 am by tim376588 | 1508 views | 5 replies


#fixedFullWidthFooter working

Thanks Neilo for your reply. I applied the clearit class as you suggested and it works fine – thank you. I had tried clearing it before but I was applying it as a separate class which was giving mixed results.
Regarding the -60px to bring the div back up the page, is there a workaround that you know of that can avoid this? I have reduced the size of the #fixedFullWidthFooter to 30px leaving the -30px top margin but I was thinking of just allowing say, 40px of white space at the bottom of every page so that at least text wouldn't be covered up in IE (is this a bit too amateurish).

Thanks for your help.

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