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http://www.geniesgameroom.com/ee3/#!/page_Portfolio

I this page needs to be about 3000px in height. The rest of the pages are around 1000px.

Since I have a fixed footer how can I increase the page height without effecting the height of the other pages?


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Question by:CavemanLawyer
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by:HagayMandel
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What is the exact problem?
Since your footer is nailed to the bottom of the page (position: fixed; bottom: 0px;), it will always stay there regardless of page's height.
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by:CavemanLawyer
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The portfolio page needs to be heightened to about 3100px to show all of the pics. That breaks the other pages.

I need to be able to resize the portfolio page without effecting the other pages.
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by:CavemanLawyer
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The #content div
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by:HagayMandel
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You don't have a div with the id of 'content' on the page!.
The portfolio is displayed in a li tag that you can toggle its display property from none to block.

<li id="page_Portfolio" style="position: absolute; display: block;">

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if you define the required height to this li item, nothing will be broken:

#page_Portfolio{
 height: 3100px;
}

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by:CavemanLawyer
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That did not work.

I see
<article id="content">

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at line 83.
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by:HagayMandel
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Both elements must get the same height:

<article id="content" style="height: 3100px;">
<li id="page_Portfolio" style="position: absolute; display: block; height: 3100px;">

It should be an inline styling like that to override other css rules.
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Scott Fell,  EE MVE earned 500 total points
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Hopefully the updated version works for you. Just take care of all of the js errors.
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