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CSS 100% height.

Thread began 4/05/2009 1:24 pm by paul363887 | Last modified 4/05/2009 2:37 pm by Joe Lowery | 2121 views | 1 replies |


CSS 100% height.

I am looking to build a CSS template for my site but have ran into the following problem. I have a header, content and footer scenario, but I want the footer to always sit at the bottom of the screen if there is not enough content rather than have it half way up the page?

Thanks in advance,

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Joe Lowery

We have an option for this in CSS Sculptor that you can add to any layout.

Here's the CSS we use:

/* The following code is for the fixed footer */
html, body {
height: 100%;
#outerWrapper {
min-height: 100%;
position: relative;
* html #outerWrapper {
height: 100%;
#outerWrapper #fixedFooterWrapper {
bottom: 0;
position: absolute;
width: 100%;

You'll need to wrap your standard footer div with an outer wrapper to work properly.

Best - Joe

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