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Vforums Main Page (11th Feb 10 at 9:23pm UTC)
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http://i202.photobucket.com/albums/aa25/mezorro2/VirtualForums.png

This was on Internet explorer. It just seemed a little weird but not that important.

Edit: It also does something like this on firefox
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Re: Vforums Main Page (11th Feb 10 at 9:26pm UTC)
Hi,

Does it appear that way every time in your IE?

Also, can you let me know which version of Internet explorer that happened in?

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Re: Vforums Main Page (11th Feb 10 at 9:37pm UTC)
I have done it 3 times and it done the same thing. I have IE 7.
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Re: Vforums Main Page (12th Feb 10 at 11:01am UTC)
IE7 is having issues using a piece of javascript properly which is supposed to stick the footer to the bottom of the screen when the screen is taller than the content. The solution is to remove that piece of script for IE7 {Tongue Out}

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Re: Vforums Main Page (12th Feb 10 at 2:41pm UTC)
couldn't you use an include function instead of JS {Tongue Out}
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Re: Vforums Main Page (12th Feb 10 at 3:19pm UTC)
Posted By dog199200 on 12th Feb 10 at 2:41pm
 
couldn't you use an include function instead of JS {Tongue Out}


{Confused} That has nothing to do with what this bug is about. This is positioning the footer depending on the height of the users screen. The only thing that can do that is JS....

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Re: Vforums Main Page (12th Feb 10 at 3:33pm UTC)
{Tongue Out} Actually it was about the bug and positioning the footer XD and i see
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Re: Vforums Main Page (13th Feb 10 at 11:21am UTC)
Ross, it does it with me an Firefox too (Latest version) when I open the page.

If I refresh it does it again.
If I click the "Home" link it stays at the bottom.

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Re: Vforums Main Page (13th Feb 10 at 11:31am UTC)
{Sad}

Edit: I've removed the coding causing the issue. I'll just have to look for an alternative way of making the site look nice for those of us on taller screens {Unsure}

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Re: Vforums Main Page (13th Feb 10 at 12:56pm UTC)
{Unsure} http://www.divineshadowsonline.com look at the source code and the css, you can see how solves the same problem you are having. All you have to do is mainly set the background of the content area to repeat down and then set it so it wont over flow. I know how i have my site setup and how you have your setup are different, but i think it could be of use. even though it may mean a little bit of recoding of the skin, but it wont take much.


Edit: BTW the smiley i used in this post was glitching out on Chrome {Unsure} it corrected after i edited this post, for some reason it went behind all the text XD
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