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  • I am using a CSS3 gradient for my background in a custom theme.
    I have no height set for my wrapper/container div. Some of my pages allow my background CSS to extend the full height of the page while other pages’ don’t. So what is happening is that I am getting this huge amount of white space after my background runs out or what ever is happening. Anyone know why?

    The footer code:

    <!-- Separator-->
    <div class="separator-style"><img src=" <?php bloginfo('stylesheet_directory'); ?> /../web_project/images/separator.png" width="100%" /> </div>
    <div id="footer-wrap" class="container_12 clearfix">
    <div class="prefix_10 grid_2">
    <p id="legal"><img src=" <?php bloginfo('stylesheet_directory'); ?> /../web_project/images/bottom-logo.png" width="20%" />Paul Yorde 2012</p>
    </div></div></div> </div>
    <?php wp_footer (); ?>
    </body>

    One of the pages in question:

    Thanks,
    Demetrius

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