It is my first time using it, the client wanted a responsive design so I am a newbie when it comes to themes being responsive.
I have everything pretty much ready to go except for 2 problems.
#1 – Sidebar
How can I get the background color to fully extend to the bottom of the content?
I have tried to do this with CSS but it is not working, I can’t specify a height because not all the pages are the same length, I though adding display: block; would do the trick but it didn’t.
#2 – Footer
There is too much blank space underneath my footer, I need it to touch the end of the browser just like the header does. I have tried margin-bottom: -0px; but that didn’t work.
Assigning a background colour is not the issue here.
When an element is floated, it loses its ability to have a height of 100% of its containing element. To get around it, you either and instead use margins or relative/absolute positioning to position your element.
Does your client only want the site to work on mobile and desktop? If not, at which browser widths?
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