I’m really new to this CSS thing… in fact, I’m not really a web designer, but a photographer too poor to pay someone to make me a website… and I could really use your help in getting my layout correct.
If you go to my website, testing.justinconly.com (user: testing pass: testing) you can see my dilema.
I’m trying to get my ENTIRE site (header, content, and footer) to fill the browser window height wise to 100%, while always keeping the footer in view.
I’ve encountered a few teqniques for keeping the footer in view… and assumed that all I needed to do was to set the content area to 100%. Although you guys have helped me accomplish this, I’ve realized that in doing so, my content area takes 100% of the browser window, not its available space.
I can’t tell you how much I’d appreciate your help in accomplishing my goal.. allowing the content area to fill whatever "available" space it has, between the header and footer.
Again, if you guys wouldn’t mind taking a look at my CSS, and helping my re-layout my site, I can’t tell you just how much I’d appreciate it..
Well, yes, that’s part of it…
But the issue is, my headed needs to be set to a defined height as well, and by doing so, I don’t know of a way to make the content area fill the rest of the screen. When it’s set to 100%, it includes the size of both the footer and the header.