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4:17 10:01 Suggested clip How to Always Keep the Footer at the Bottom of A Page | Learn YouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clip How to Always Keep the Footer at the Bottom of A Page | Learn
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 footer div The div is absolutely positioned bottom:0. this moves it to the bottom of the container div. When there is little content on the page the container div is exactly the height of the browser viewport (because of the min-height:100%. ) and the footer sits neatly at the bottom of the screen.
Wrap the entire content before the footer in a div. You can adjust min-height as you like based on how much of the footer you want to show in the bottom of the browser window. If set it to 90%, 10% of the footer will show before scrolling.
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.
Answer: Use CSS fixed positioning You can easily create sticky or fixed header and footer using the CSS fixed positioning. Simply apply the CSS position property with the value fixed in combination with the top and bottom property to place the element on the top or bottom of the viewport accordingly.
Pin a fixed-height footer to the bottom of the viewport in desktop browsers with this custom HTML and CSS. A fixed navbar has been added with padding-top: 60px. on the body > . container . Back to the default sticky footer minus the navbar.
If position: absolute. or position: fixed. - the bottom property sets the bottom edge of an element to a unit above/below the bottom edge of its nearest positioned ancestor. If position: relative. - the bottom property makes the element's bottom edge to move above/below its normal position.
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