It’s because of the absolute positioning in the other divs. Absolute positioning takes the element out of the normal flow and clears the room for other elements. Since the footer is the only relative positioned element, its natural behaviour is to be at the top of the page.
You can only solve this by removing all the absolute positioning from the other elements, and let them float around. Don’t forget to ‘clear: both;’ on your footer.
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