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    Hey all,

    Very simple query but I have been staring for ages and can't see where the issue is.

    My footer menu on the below page is sitting at the bottom of a background image, but I want it to be directly below the page content (as it is on the products page).

    www.ddvdesigns.com

    I am missing a </div> but cannot for the life of my work out where to place it to give the desired effect... any chance anyone could lend there eyes for 5 mins?

    Thanks,
    John

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    It's because you made div 'homepageheader' so giant The 535px is pushing down the navigation.
    If you want to move up the footer anyway, give it a relative position, instead of absolute, and give it negative 'top' value. Ex:
    position: relative; top: -50px;
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    Yea it's because the Homepage banner image is big! yea that would sort it.
    But for my own sanity, how come on http://www.ddvdesigns.com/products.html it sits fine without a negative position? that's been bugging me!!

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    Oh and thanks for your help btw ;-) much appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JONNYB, post: 220835
    Yea it's because the Homepage banner image is big! yea that would sort it.
    But for my own sanity, how come on http://www.ddvdesigns.com/products.html it sits fine without a negative position? that's been bugging me!!
    Eh, I don't know. There are way too many factors that can cause that, I'm a bit too lazy to go over all of them, frankly.
    Protip: Right-click in Chrome, and 'Inspect Element'. Best feature a browser could have. It lets you see the code, highlights divs and lets you change stuff around. Give it a shot!
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