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Fixed Full Width Header?

Thread began 7/01/2009 12:39 pm by RobertB | Last modified 7/01/2009 1:40 pm by Justin Nemeth | 1522 views | 3 replies |

RobertB

Fixed Full Width Header?

I seem to have done it before but I cannot figure it out.

I have a center position, header, top nav, content + 1 right column, and fixed full width footer. After I slice my stuff up, I want to place a Header graphic that is seamless with the full width header background. This works fine for the 'fixed full width" footer but I cannot get it to work for the header. Any ideas?

Sculptor 2.03, Vista

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RobertB

i figured it out....created a new div sub the fullWidthHeader div.

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RobertB

Bug Report

On my fixedFullWidthFooter, despite my design screen indicating 93px, Sculptor actually previews and spits out -93px.

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Justin Nemeth

When using a full width fixed footer, that is the normal behavior for it to have a negative top margin. Essentially, the page has to be 100% height which would push the footer under the page. By using a negative margin, this pulls it back up into view correctly.

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