the div with id of "footer" in the bottom of the page once in a while flies up to the top of the page and rests right under the sidebar. It doesn't happen very often. Keep using the sidebar jump menus and sooner or later it will happen. I am wondering what is wrong with the structure of the page. Is there a way to tell the foot div to stay in the bottom of all the other divs and never overlap them?
The problem is that the footer just sits at the bottom of the content, so on short content pages it rides up. This is the solution:
Do the body tag this way:
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