The links at the top go to a spot in the same page. And then after each section, there is a return to top link. The problem is, the return to top link is only going to the top of the section that was just linked to. And actually, you can’t even scroll to the top of the page . The rest of the page seems to be gone. The link is in the header, just after the
tag. (and I’ve tried it at the top of the post as well).
Now the internal page jump is HTML 101. And I have been doing this sort of thing since the mid-90s. (Although, I possibly haven’t done an internal page jump in about 7 years). Does anyone know what is going on or what stupid thing I’m missing? Is there something different about WordPress?
Thanks so much for taking a look at it. That margin is there because of some problems I was having with the grey in the left column extending to the bottom of the page. I have removed it….And you’re right. That is clearly the problem.
However, if you look at it now, the grey stops right after the text. Do you have any thoughts on getting that column to be the same height as the center column, preferably using CSS?
Have you tried setting a min-height:100% for the column? //www.tutwow.com/htmlcss/quick-tip-css-100-height/
Set up correctly it should stretch the div to the size of the page, however isn’t so great if you plan on putting something else in underneath, but that doesn’t seem to be a problem.