Yet another footer problem - searched here/Google, tried manye different solutions without solving my problem!


I'm redesigning a Joomla site and hoping to make it tableless.

But I'm not able to get the footer at the bottom of the page, it will only go to the bottom of the browser window.
I have searched here, Googled and tried many, many advices/solutions but have not been lucky in finding the right one.
Maybe I have made a mistake that I'm "blind" to?

Here is the test site URL:
I have set background color to the footer to make it stand out.

CSS Footer problem

I am trying to create a footer and facing a problem while doing so...

This is my html code:

<div id="container">
<div id="main">
<div id="terms">
// content
</div> // closing terms 
</div> // closing main
 <div id="footer">
// content
</div> // closing container 

And css is

html, body {
    background: #F0FAFF;
#container {
#main {

Wordpress - How to fix footer

Hi, i'm trying to do my own wordpress theme, and I have a little problem with footer. If i want to see a tiny post, footer doesn't looks good.

You can take a better look at . If you go to "Acerca de..." you'll see the ugly footer. I tried to put a high height to wapper div (where posts shows), but if i have a lot of posts, it'll look awful. How can I fix this?

Thanks a lot for your help.

Footer Background obscuring content that comes above it.

I am having a problem with a footer background image that overlays the content if the browser is re-sized smaller.

I'm getting closer - at least now my content will scroll up which is better but I'd love a solution where the footer would fall behind the content.

My latest version is here:

Messy css - I apologize as its in process at the moment.

Footer not included in wrapper in IE8. FF, Chrome and Safari are perfect

I have been trying to find the solution for than 8 hours now. Time to get a little bit of help from you guys.

I't really annoying, the footer is nicely included in the wrapper in all browsers but IE. When I look in the source, all div's and /div's are ok, but for some reason IE think's not

Anyway, here is the link to the site.

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I have included Firebug Lite.


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