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Hi experts

i am building a website for someone using Concrete 5, and all is going well except for the fact that i cant seem to get my footer to appear at all. It's just suppost to be a standard footer with no dynamic content but for some reason it wont show. it should be at the bottom right corner of the page. i think it must be something to do with concrete 5 but i cant figure it out, any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

Here is the link to the website:

www.cardiganswimmingpool.co.uk

default.php
style.css
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Question by:emlynrg
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Britt Thompson earned 2000 total points
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The only thing I can see is you have an extra </div> at the bottom of the page near the </body> tag. The footer isn't even showing in the source on your page so it looks like the php file you posted hasn't even been uploaded.
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by:emlynrg
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sorry about that, it should be updated now.
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by:Britt Thompson
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Appears as if you may not be uploading the file to the correct location or something...looks exactly the same. If you think you are you can add a line of text in the upper portion of the file to be sure after you upload it.
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by:emlynrg
ID: 37062260
i know why the footer isn't appearing in the code, it's to do with updating the theme in concrete 5. but at the moment i cant seem to login to that part of the site, i keep getting the Internal Server Error page. i'll try and find out whats wrong with that and let you know. Are you abe to see the website at all? because i'm not.
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by:Britt Thompson
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was working earlier and now it's not.
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by:emlynrg
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ok i've updated the file so it shows the footer in the source code, sorry about that.
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by:emlynrg
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i take it no one has any suggestions about how to fix my problem, if no one responds by the ned of today i will close this question.
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by:Britt Thompson
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I can see the footer text in your page now. I something else wrong?
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by:emlynrg
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I think it was the extra div at the bottom of the page that was causing the confusion, sorry it took so long to respond and thanks again for the help.
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