WEB CSS CREW vfooter **LINK**

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    wow. tables.
     
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    By not using tables. A container, cleared, with a width of 100% across should do it.
     
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    lol -_-
     
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    sooo.. now ive got this.. http://www.faze.ca/sergei/photostream/

    height is set to 100% aswell.. how do i get it to extend to the bottom of the page, but not make the page that fucking long? also that thin black border.. can i remove it?
     
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    I've always had a problem with sticky footers. So, if I require the need for one, I usually design around it. I'd set the body element background color or texture to look like the footer element. I'd set the footer element transparent. Containers above the footer will span horizontally 100%, with their own given attributes, background colors, and so on which will populate the entire page and give the look as if it's the true background color or texture. This will give the effect of a sticky footer although it technically isn't one.
     
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    I did that in the past, but think pages with very little content look horrible that way. I'd read that link I posted, it's the best I found so far and was able to implement it with no problems
     
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    It should look no different than the footer in the article you posted, implementation wise. Maybe I went about it a different way? :dunno:
     
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    I think I might of misread your post, re-reading it now, it seems like it would work fine
     

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