On 24.04.2002 17:54, "Ian Leckie" [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
>> This puts the footer at the end of the document flow, but if there is little
>> content on the page, it's still half way up the page.
> really? doesn't seem to work in mozilla/ns6 (table shrinks to fit content)
> or opera (all three rows are approx. the same height)... see a simplified
> test case here:
If you're going for a table solution, this may be what you are looking for:
Note that I haven't made any effort to hack around the padding bug in
IE/win. The layout, though, should force the footer to the bottom in all
browsers*. Yes, I know it involves nesting tables, and yes, the entire HTML
stream needs to be downloaded for the browser to start rendering..
I guess you'll have to sacrifice something in order to get the footer
aligned at the very bottom in all browsers..
* all browsers capable of displaying tables, that is