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Help with Faux columns?

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#1 Tanianol


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Posted 07 April 2013 - 06:50 PM

Hey all,

It's been a really long time since I've worked on a website, and I fear my skills are completely out of date.

I was given an image of a website design, and was told to replicate it exactly. So for that's what I've done (I just need to add in a gradient in the background and a navigation) but I'm having a problem.

The background is an image, and I have a footer. Now, I want the footer to always be on the bottom and the background of the content area to always fill up the screen, no matter the resolution of the monitor. It's easy for width, you just do width:100%; in CSS. But I know the rule doesn't apply for height.

Is there anyone who has any experience with this who can help me out? All I did was set min-height:750px; on the content div, but on some computers that leads it to scroll, and on some computers there's still blank space on the bottom below the footer.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!!


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