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- Paul F. Johnson
October 29, 2004, 1:13 pm
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I've mostly sorted the css problems now on the www.refute-the-facts.org.uk
website with the exception of one problem.
If you visit the site and look at the right hand column, you'll see the
w3c valid logo and some text. This should be at the bottom of the screen.
Both the style sheet and html are valid and all the divs are matched
correctly, yet under IE, it won't appear at the bottom.
Any ideas on getting it to do that? It works fine on every other browser
I've tried (Firefox, Moz 1.7.3, Konqueror, Opera 7.54)
Re: css problem
It just happens that Ie structures the dovcument so that there is enough space
on the right to place your div element there. From
what I saw of the source, all around it there are floated elements. Tell the
#bottomblock you want it below everything floated by
replacing position: relative with clear: both.
And it would be much nicer if you made the blue gradient a background for the
#bottomblcok, eliminating #whiteblock and #blueblock
- Edwin van der Vaart
October 30, 2004, 2:05 pm