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> *sigh* ie footer problem, struggling with getting the footer to stay at the bottom
rudifer
post Apr 2 2009, 08:22 PM
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Hello,
I've been trying so many different methods these last few days, nothing seems to be working. Please point me in the right way (or simply fix it for me?) or show me what I'm doing wrong to get this footer to stay at the bottom in IE.

http://www.ekayatechnologies.com/Rodolfo/e...oomla/index.php

PLEEEEEEASEEEE!

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pandy
post Apr 2 2009, 08:35 PM
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What version of IE do you have problems with?

FYI in IE6 the footer is at at the very bottom which it isn't in my version of gecko. On the other hand the logo image is just a thin grey line in IE.
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FBM247
post Apr 14 2009, 05:51 AM
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Have you fixed this as it appears at the bottom of the site in my browsers IE 6, IE 7, FF3.

I normally tacle a footer which needs to be fixed to the bottom of the browser with position:absolute; bottom:0px; on teh footer element

Some times this breaks depending on teh lengh of the page its self and sometimes the footer will stick to the bottom then move when page is scrolled. If you have not fixed this problem post back and i will dig out my fix i used on a site i had the same problem with.

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AnonSolutions
post May 27 2009, 01:26 AM
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Hi there,

I found this post under the search terms "Joomla"...

Is this a Joomla site? If so it could be in the footer.php, index.php or one of the .css files. It's a code thing really.

I see that this is an old post and the footer seems to be ok?


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