Quote Originally Posted by Cudamine View Post
Yay! You fixed it

One thing on the scrollbar though, I only placed that in so the content doesn't overflow if the resolution isn't as big as the images (my case for example), what would you recommend then?
You lost me there

You have a fixed width for your content (835px) so you would need overflow on that element if you were going to place bigger images inside. Removing the overflow from the html element does nothing except stop people on smaller monitors from being able to scroll to see the content.

I think you must mean something else

Also, do you have any clue on how to remove the space from the bottom of the footer? I'd like it to be really at the bottom of the page without any space.
Do you mean the default body margins?

e.g.
Code:
html,body {
    margin:0;padding:0
}
Or if you mean on very high monitors where the content doesn't reach the bottom you would need a sticky footer method.