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Middle content breaking through footer

Posted on 2013-11-01
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On these pages here the middle content is going through the footer and I can't see where it's gone wrong.

Could someone look in an inspector maybe as there's lots of CSS and I'm not sure sure which bit?

Thanks
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by:Julian Hansen
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I cannot replicate - tried in FF, Chrome and IE8 - seems to render fine?

Can you post a screenshot of what you are seeing?

Also check you are not seeing a cached version of the site - force a cache refresh on the page just to make sure.
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UName10 earned 0 total points
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Sorry for the delay - someone had added absolute positioning which affected it.

Removed it and all working fine; many thanks.
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by:UName10
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Small change
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