See the response I just sent to AJ about starting new threads. Your
message was a reply to an old message, so it got threaded as such.
Middle East Facts wrote:
> I have tried to find help at the Wordpress site regarding my problem,
> but I was recommended to ask this list. I'm having a big problem - in
> my blog http://www.middleeastfacts.com/weblog/, I have a three column
> layout, the standard WordPress layout. At first glance, it looks
> fine, but the problem is that when you go to a short individual entry
> (eg. http://www.middleeastfacts.com/weblog/index.php?p=55), the menu
> on the right spills way over the footer.
This is because your footer is within your content div, so it's
placement is entirely dependent on the length of the content div. If
you want your footer to site under both columns, you will need to move
it out of the content div and into or below #rap. You will then also
need to get rid of the absolute positioning you are currently using on
#content. This is because positioning something absolutely removes it
from the flow of the document, so the footer would no longer know it
existed and would overlap it.
I would switch to a float layout instead, which means you'll need to
learn how to contain floats. These are good articles:
Zoe M. Gillenwater
Highway Safety Research Center
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