Daniel Fortier wrote:
>1- The page must be separated in 3 rows : header, middle content part
>2- the header must be of static height, about 90 px.
>3- the middle part and the footer must extend to the bottom of the
>page, the footer taking 40% of the space left and the middle part 60%.
> No matter what content i have, the footer must go down to the bottom
>of the window, and never go below it, like in any footer tutorial i
You don't say what you want to happen if you have more than 60% worth of
content to display. Do you want the extra to display below the footer,
so you have to scroll the browser to see the end of it, and as you
scroll the top portion displays under the header as well? Or do you
want only the middle section to have a scroller?
Either way, you need to use fixed positioning on both the header and
footer, plus the hacks for IE. See here for more:
If you have trouble applying these techniques, post a page that shows
what you have so far and we'll help you get it working. The layout you
are describing is very doable -- it just requires some hacks.
Zoe M. Gillenwater
Highway Safety Research Center
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