On Sep 5, 2004, at 12:10 AM, Russ Baldwin wrote:
> Brandon Oto wrote:
>> If I could borrow a bit of your time, I'd like to solicit some
>> classical browser checks, nothing out of the ordinary, just the usual
>> Lookie here: http://s92519729.onlinehome.us/
> On ie6 (WinXP SP2) the logo at the bottom of the menu now covers your
> bottom, "contact us.." line on short content pages. Where the content
> long enough your bottom menu is right aligned to the menu, not the
> and therefore sticks out to the right on the main content blue area.
> So this
> is probably the problem. A quick peek says it doesn't do this in
> However it looks a bit odd when the menu is longer than the content in
> Firefox, could just be me though :)
Bugger. Thought it was working in IE6, at least.
I don't know; I've been out of the CSS buggery-melee for too long. Can
anyone suggest a fix for this? The footer (copyright, contact, etc.) is
supposed to be right-aligned within the main content div, and should
neither be breaking out of that nor getting anywhere near the nav
column. It's absolutely positioned to the bottom using bottom: and
right: 0, and the content div has a shiftless position:relative to make
that the anchorpoint.
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