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A fixed position element is positioned relative to the viewport, or the browser window itself. If they place the footer at the bottom of the body, there's no reason to use any of them because it is the last item to be displayed (static).
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A fixed position element is positioned relative to the viewport, or the browser window itself. If they place the footer at the bottom of the body, there's no reason to use any of them because it is the last item to be displayed (static). The issue I saw was too much redundant code.
If you wanted to use position:absolute; like you had in your code, you have to think of it as pushing it away from one side of the page. For example, if you wanted your div to be somewhere in the bottom, you would have to use position:absolute; top:500px; . That would push your div 500px from the top of the page.
When the footer margins are too narrow or the padding is too wide, the footer position shifts and can move to the middle of the Web page. One easy solution is to remove the margins and padding entirely, so that those footer properties correspond to the rest of the coding.
Margin and padding coding can interfere with the footer position. When the footer margins are too narrow or the padding is too wide, the footer position shifts and can move to the middle of the Web page. Now the footer margins and padding are determined by the "#body" and "#container" tags at the top of the Web page.
Margins and Padding Margin and padding coding can interfere with the footer position. When the footer margins are too narrow or the padding is too wide, the footer position shifts and can move to the middle of the Web page.
To make a footer fixed at the bottom of the webpage, you could use position: fixed. < div id = "footer" >This is a footer. This stays at the bottom of the page.
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