Likely, James A. wrote:

The footer on the page is not appearing, but the space that it is
meant to hold the footer is present.  I know about the peek-a-boo
effect for IE, but this does not seem to be the case. Does any one
have any suggestions on how to fix this?

Example: http://wisconsin.joekiosk.com/version2/research.php

Start by adding a 'hasLayout'[1] trigger to the bottom-container, for
example...

#idx-content-bottom {height: 1%;}

That'll give IE/win something to hold on to when it tries to figure out
where to display the rest.


BTW: a div is 'display: block' by default, so all those 'display: block'
on divs is "butter on fat" that doesn't help any browser.

regards
        Georg

[1]http://www.satzansatz.de/cssd/onhavinglayout.html
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