You have to make sure that you clear all the floats and leave some extra space (at least as high as the footer) and the end of your normal content (that is, everything excluding the footer). This way the footer will only overflow empty space, rather than the content.


On Nov12, 2007, at 1:12 AM, Tim MacKay wrote:

Thanks Dusan,

That is exactly what im looking for. I have put in your code and the footer is sticking to the bottom of the page, but when I scroll up it goes over the main 3 columns of content. I want it to stop at the bottom of the main page content. I see that in your example that is what you have so I am going to go back and read over your code. Will this work with floated elements in the page?

Thanks again for your replies,

Tim



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