Maybe this post will help. Try this more recent thread: Problem with sticky footer. Thanks TechnoBear.
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A sticky footer pattern is one where the footer of your page "sticks" to the bottom of the viewport in cases where the content is shorter than the viewport height. We'll look at a couple of techniques for creating one in this recipe. Download this example. We then create a single column grid layout with three rows, one row for each part of our layout.
A footer is the last element on the page. At a minimum it is at the bottom of the viewport, or lower if the page content is taller than the viewport. Simple, right?
The purpose of a sticky footer is that it "sticks" to the bottom of the browser window. But not always, if there is enough content on the page to push the footer lower, it still does that. But if the content on the page is short, a sticky footer will still hang to the bottom of the browser window.
My site has 3 pages. The first two pages have enough content to scroll on a 15" Macbook, and the footer performs admirably by sticking to the bottom of the page. The footer floats several pixels above the bottom of the page.
Hi guys I have a pretty simple question. How do I keep the footer element at the bottom of the screen no matter the screen size? Right now, on a large screen the footer will not be at the bottom but the body will bleed through the footer and fill in the rest of the space at the bottom. Kind of annoying.