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Drupal 7 Extend footer to bottom of brower for short page

Posted on 2014-07-28
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In Drupal 7, for short page without too much content, the footer can move up and leave some blank space below the footer.
How to extend the footer to JUST the bottom for short page situation?
Might need JavaScript (jQuery) to dynamically get the browser height, content height.... then dynamically set zone-footer-wrapper.... to exactly the bottom of browser?
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Perhaps the solution provided in the following link would work:

http://www.joestrong.co.uk/blog/css-tip-extend-your-sites-footer-to-the-bottom-of-the-page/
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