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    footer question

    Am I creating a problem by putting the footer within the body element -- outside the "container" div (which is nested directly within the body element) to achieve the look I want? Am I missing any important considerations?

    The page is http://comprehensiveforestry.com/exa..._cssimbed.html

    Thanks for any insight.

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    billycundiff{float:left;} silver trophybronze trophy RyanReese's Avatar
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    No..your not creating any issues. Nothing bad could happen from this move alone.
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    Thanks again, Ryan!

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    Like Ryan said, no problems whatsoever. Paul O'B and I (among others) use this from time to time to create what are called "sticky footers" (Paul especially - he originally came up with the technique which so many others on the Web have imitated).


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