When there is more than a page of content the container div becomes larger and extends down below the bottom of the viewport - the footer is still positioned at the bottom of the container div but this time you need to scroll down to the end of the page to see it. Karolina Jan 17, Here is an article on the matter: If the stylesheet you link to has the file extension of a preprocessor, we'll attempt to process it before applying. All of them offer things like variables and mixins to provide convenient abstractions. Lets say its a white bar that always stays at the same position. You can also use a bottom border if you prefer but a margin won't work.
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I believe that the free flow of information and ideas is key to the past and future development of mankind. I am trying to get it to remain at the bottom of the view port but not be sticky when there is not enough content to fill up the entire view port. It's that bottom margin plus the height of the footer that need to be added together to subtract from the viewport height. Take that off and float the left and right info divs accordingly and add widths. A familiar problem for many developers. To learn more about CSS positioning, you can read this article:. Jonathan Longnecker - Dec 26,
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You define the height of the container as follows:. Would you like a zip of my code its really really short to take a look yourself? If it did, that would have to be factored into the negative margins, and having those two numbers not in sync doesn't look quite as nice. Are we allowed to deactivate all your plugins? I will show you the pros and cons of both methods then reveal a deeper CSS principle that shows why top is always the best solution.
December 1, at 5: I have gone through the tutorial numerous times, all the heights are correct. January 15, Design , Tutorials. There is negative bottom margins on wrappers There was a wrapping element that held everything except the footer. If it did, that would have to be factored into the negative margins, and having those two numbers not in sync doesn't look quite as nice. You must be logged in to reply to this topic.