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  • You can make a background that has the size of your content, the navigation and the orange border. Then add it to the #rap.
    #rap { background:url(images/yournewbackground.gif) repeat-y top; }

    Thanks for your suggestions. Neither really worked (I’m sure it’s something I’m doing incorrectly), but I do appreciate you taking the time to help me out. 🙂
    As bad a choice as it may be, I’ve reverted to a table layout, which I know how to control better.

    The problem seems to be you’re using a fixed height (height: 1250px;) for your #rap. If you want that to be the minimum height, change it to min-height: 1250px;.

    Hmm…now I wish I hadn’t been so eager to change to tables. I’d like to try that out. Thank you, Mark.

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