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Content-div breaks through wrapper

  • Hi,

    I don’t know what to do anymore.
    At the moment, I have a wrapper around my blog’s content (floating left div) and sidebar (floating right div).
    What I’m trying to do is get the footer to show below them all.

    But the content div breaks through the wrapper.
    Have a look: Juggonaut
    Warning: NSFW

    Any ideas of how I can fix this?

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  • Nice site concept!

    PS: I like boobs, too.

    PSS: I maybe having the same problem with the CSS on my site. I’m using the RIN theme and my footer won’t go below my container div… it’s the strangest thing.

    check it out at http://www.ussgrunion.com/blog/

    If anyone can help… please,

    210 errors:

    Fix those and the footer will probably behave.

    Hey, thanks for the replies. I actually came here to delete this post, because I find a solution to it.

    Adding this to my template helped a lot:

    <div style="clear: both;"></div>

    I hate those Validators, but I might have a look into it, once I get the layout to fully work with IE.

    The site’s going to be an adult blog, so a moderator should probably delete this thread.

    Nonono. Design/layout in a modern browser, then hack to make IE6 work… Do the opposite and you’re in for a world of misery.

    As far as the validator: “Where ignorance is bliss…”

    1. No, we do NOT delete the topic – just to erase the traces that you ever needed help 🙂
    In the very first place you should have put the warning; NSFW! (I did it now)

    2. hate those Validators, but I might have a look into it, once I get the layout to fully work
    Wrong order 🙂 – validating usually makes the sites to work correctly cross-browser. You can hate the validator, but browsers hate as well your invalid code…

    I’m constantly amazed how many people come here asking for formatting help only to find that their sites don’t even remotely validate — XHTML or CSS.

    If you take the time to validate, you’ll find that 9/10 times, your site will look right on any modern browser (even IE sometimes). Doing it in reverse is asking for a lot of problems.

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