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Hi.

I'm site it's simple enough, but who can help...

This page: http://www.sarahhardy.co.uk/index.php?page=14

The background color stops at the scroll..

What have I done?

Cris.
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Why have you set the body to overflow:hidden - stops anyone scrolling.

Remove the background from html {} in normalize.css line 72
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Great thanks.

I for my normalise css from boilerplate, but I didn't  really go through it.

What did you you use to analyze the CSS?

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Firebug for Firefox
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