to be on the safe side I recommend that you use the sticky-footer technique, such as is kindly explained here in a demo-tutorial by Nancy O.:
Hate to say it but, that is not a true sticky-footer from alt-web....that is a fix footer.
The true and only sticky-footer is here
and an older version is here
both work but, I found i use on over the other in differant sites depanding on the rest of the layout.
strange, this gimmick works in my IE8 and FF like a charm!Hans-G.
if you take a moment and look at what they do....they are completely two different effects and not even close to being related.
One is sticky and the other is fixed. Play with the two and you will see the major difference.
Fixed...the content scrolls under the footer and the footer always shows (don't recall many sites using this cheese style of design).
Sticky Footer...the footer is at the bottom of the page no matter how much content is in the body of the page..it is stuck at the bottom. However...if there is a lot of content then the footer will scroll away and give the stage to content. The content then never scrolls under the footer.
The two may seem simuliar but completely not. The true sticky footer is modern day and is everywhere.
works fine for me...are you not seeing the roll of duct tape?
it's curious but now the links work. I'll consider the case soon, in any case, many thanks for the hint.