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March 13, 2006, 9:06 am
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browser window (or after the complete body if past the bottom of the
I've a few absolutely positioned DIVs, so the "relative" position of the
cursor ends up being the top left corner of the page, which is definately
NOT the bottom of the document.
Any simple way to put my footer at the bottom?
Re: CSS to put text at bottom of browser window, or page bottom, whichever is lower?
At the bottom of the screen? No easy way. At the bottom of the document?
Have it as the last item in the html file and if you have columns,
graphics, or other items that are longer than the wrapping body, include a
<br clear="all"> before the footer. That should force the footer to appear
below everything else on the page. You can also go the extra step and
create a <div class="clear"> with the relevant css equivalent.