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I have a 2 – 5 px gap at the bottom of my footer, depending on the browser. This lets a background image show through, which I don’t want.
I’m not sure if this is related to a negative margin I set on a "ul class=legal_notice" or if I messed something else up entirely.
Would someone mind taking a look at http://dev.craigcurry.com?
Some possibly relevant code:
Remove the height from your quick links lists.
Thanks. That did the trick for everything except IE7. There I have a 2px gap at the top of the footer and about a 4px gap at the bottom. (?)
I’m using Firefox on a Mac and it looks fine. One thing I’m not seeing in your code is:
I’ve used this to force a footer to the bottom of the page. Why not give it a try?
Thanks… tried it, but that didn’t work.
Hmm. Did you reset at the top of your CSS file?
Yes, tried it with the reset also.
I did get rid of the gap at the top of the footer with:
in the conditional stylesheet.
But no luck with the gap at the bottom.
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