Join Eric Meyer for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a footer, part of CSS Web Site Design.
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So here we are, in the last of our exercise files and everything looks great, it looks like we've…pretty much done everything, it all looks good until we scroll down at the bottom of the page and realize that the footer needs a little bit of work.…So, what we need to do, start styling it.…What we're going to do is go over to 1010.css and bring in some footer styles.…Now we're going to start up by clearing the footer below the floated columns.…In theory, we don't really need to do that,…just go back and look for a second, it's already down below,…all the columns have come before it.…
That's because the content column, remember, is as wide as the browser window at this point and it's basically filling out the entire browser window…and then the sidebar div is sitting right over it,…but, just to be safe, let's clear the footer and now we'll give it a background color and a little bit of padding…on top and bottom and also on the sides, so that when we hit Reload,…it all comes together very nicely.…
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