BTW, the problem I'm describing is "as rendered" in Chrome. IE 8 can't deal
with the gradient fill at all. :<(
On Mon, Jan 30, 2012 at 12:08 PM, Chris Morton [EMAIL-REMOVED]>wrote:
> I removed the "empty clearfix div above the footer", and then applied
> clearfix to the #wrapper div. This did not solve the problem, however.
> I then removed clearfix from the wrapper div and, since it didn't appear
> to perform any function, have just left it out altogether.
> I'm still facing the same problem, where the gradient fill does not reach
> the bottom of the rendered page, but stops short by about 65px.
> > Chris
> I have to increase the font-size to see what you see (i think) and it
>> appears to end where the footer ends for me. THe footer isn't moving
>> down below the main content when the size is increased. I'm suspecting
>> the . What's that for? I believe
>> you should and remove that empty
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