Bit of a weird phenomenon here, and I can’t isolate the cause. Possibly it’s a bug with my browser only, but we’ll see if you guys can replicate the issue.
In IE, if you visit my site, scroll to the bottom of the page and hover your cursor over any link that isn’t part of the footer… voila, suddenly the footer’s background gets taller. Scroll up and then back down… voila, the footer background is back to normal.
If you scroll up, so that the footer is out of sight, and then hover over a link… when you scroll back down, the footer looks fine. What the heck?
I’ve been through my stylesheet to make sure I’ve closed everything that needs closing, and it seems to be fine… but chances are I’m missing something. I’ve also cleared IE’s temp files/cache/cookies etc, in case it’s a prob with my IE only. Didn’t seem to help.
Hopefully I’ve described the problem clearly.
Thoughts? My site-in-development: http://www.beingcharliekaufman.com/wordpress
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