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Well this was working earlier - now for some reason - it is adding some space @ the top so the footer is no longer available.  Frustrated with the site - I just cannot see it:  http://www.rockctech.com/

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-Corey
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On 800x600 MSIE6/Win XP the content at the page bottom overflows but there is no scrollbar to access it (body has overflow set to hidden).

However there are other problems with the page, visible in moz.
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Well it has been working up until now.  The main div:
{
width:100%;
height:100%;
overflow:auto;
}
and that seemed to be over-riding the other overflow?

-Corey
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It was the DIV in the left inlcude that was causing me the issues.

Thanks!

-Corey
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Not sure what you mean by "working". The page currently renders very differently in moz and MSIE (Win, 800 x 600), and neither rendition looks right to me.

In MSIE6 there is still content which is only viewable by mousedown dragging against the page edge.

In moz the copyright footer is now visible but it starts more than one-third of the way up the page. About half the photograph is visible at the bottom of the page.

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