CSS footer question

Now i am having trouble retaining my footer at the bottom of the internet browser, i can solve the issue if i work with a image by applying css

#footer_back (line 425)

clear: both;
width: 100%;
background-color: #ffffff;
background-image: url(/img/footer. png);
background-repeat: repeat-x;
background-attachment: scroll;
background-position: middle bottom;

but it’s actually a solid color and so i rather a background color

any help with this

Any more information on your problem I cant understand what you long for to do

i apologize, i didnt express that well

i want a footer at the bottom of my web-site to always sit at the bottom even if the entire body content is much less tall as that browser. And we can do this basically use a graphic for your footer

What about giving your principal divs, containers etc a new 95% height in order to footer will have a 5% of display resolution

what if im working having set pixels

Then it is advisable to capture screen width from user plus use screensize plus subtract some horizontial pixels

http: //www. search engine. com/searchhl=en&… ottom with screen& btnG=Search& cts=1239992686255

what about this.


location: bottom;


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