troubleshooting Question

HTML page footer disappears when browser zoom is more than 100%

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http://www.gfprinfo.com/index.html

The above linked page is javascript animated with CSS. Unfortunately, I've broken something on the page and don't know where to look to troubleshoot the following issue.

Issue -
Initially, the page header, content, and footer sections displayed properly no matter the browser zoom setting. Upon making multiple edits, I note that the header and content are scrollable but the page footer no longer displays at all when browser zoom exceeds 100%.

Can you point me in the right direction to troubleshoot why the footer no longer displays when browser zoom exceeds 100%?  I suspect a CSS property like If class = "something" but I really am way outside of my comfort zone here.

BTW, I'm a long time EE reader but this is my first EE question.
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