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  1. #1
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    The footer of my website is right on top my Nav Bar.In the CSS I made it position absolute. The page looks alright in IE but sits ontop the Nav Bar in Firefox. What Can i do.The site is at . I have the problem most in
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    WDF Staff mlseim's Avatar
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    I'm not trying to sound like a jerk, but there are so many problems
    with your HTML and CSS, that it really can't be fixed. Once you fix one
    problem, you'll create another problem ... and adding content will be a
    terrible experience.

    You need to organize the <div> sections in such a way that adding or editing
    one area will not mess-up another area. Using absolute positioning is probably
    the most frustrating thing you'll deal with ... so don't use any absolute positioning.

    I really suggest that you find a free CSS template and use that for your site.
    Switch the images on the template with your own images and work with that.
    That's my best advice. And since you're just starting your site, now would be a
    good time to start all over with something that is XHTML valid and works on all

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    Junior Member twendesign's Avatar
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    I Think you should create everything from the begining and focus on what you are doing. I agree with Mlseim.

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