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How do I create sticky footers (one that always stays at the bottom of the browser)

Thread began 2/09/2010 10:10 pm by mrs | Last modified 2/10/2010 1:34 pm by mrs | 1085 views | 1 replies

mrs

How do I create sticky footers (one that always stays at the bottom of the browser)

I would like to create a sticky footer for a site I have in mind, but I am not sure if CSS Sculptor has the ability to do it.

Just to clarify what I mean by sticky footer... It would be a div that no matter how long or short the page content is, the footer div will always stick to the bottom of the browser window and never move even when scrolling; it will also remain on top of any content that is scrolling underneath it.

In fact, it would be useful to know how to create sticky headers and side bars too.

How can I acheive this in CSS Sculptor?

Thanks

Mat

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