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    page footer position

    table : http://www.pixage.net/demo/instore2/...alismalar.html
    css : http://www.tossbaa.com/instore/tema.php

    Hi.. I am new to CSS.. Actually this is the first time I tried to build a web site using full CSS.
    I couldn't managed to position the copyright part and print icon. How can I position them like in the first design which uses table even how many images are used. I want them to appear under the images.. any help??

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    The link to the table version on pixage.net doesn't work for me.
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    I still found no solutions to my problem
    the link works, but you can alternatively use http://www.pixage.net/demo/instore/t...alismalar.html
    this page is very similar to the above one.

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    I still found no solutions to my problem
    The problem is that you are absolutely placing your middle content which means it is removed from the floaw and will have no effect on following content.

    You will need to re0design your page so that content flows logically (and statically) and then you can place your footer at the bottom.

    When you place the element absolutely at the bottom it is just being placed at the bottom of the viewport and not the bottom of the document. You would need a re-design if you wanted to use this method.

    It would be much easier to do as I said above and just place the footer stuff after the content logically, which just means keeping the main content in the flow. (Obviously this would incur a few major design changes wjhich is why I haven't offered any code. (and I was in a rush )

    Paul


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